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Leo F. Mullin Elected to Johnson & Johnson Board
Jul 19, 1999
Leo F. Mullin Elected to Johnson & Johnson Board NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., July 19 -- Leo F. Mullin today was elected to the Board of Directors of Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ), the world's leading health care corporation. Mr. Mullin is president, chief executive officer and a director of Delta Air Lines.

Prior to joining Delta in 1997, Mr. Mullin served as vice chairman of Unicom Corporation and its chief subsidiary, Commonwealth Edison, from 1995 to 1997.

Before Unicom, Mr. Mullin held key management positions at First Chicago, the commercial bank, for 15 years. From 1993 - 1995 he was president and chief operating officer of the company, and from 1991 - 1993 he was chairman and CEO of American National Bank, a First Chicago subsidiary.

Prior to joining First Chicago, Mr. Mullin was senior vice president for strategic planning at Consolidated Rail Corporation (Conrail) in Philadelphia and before that he was with McKinsey & Company, the management consulting firm, in Washington, DC.

Mr. Mullin serves on the BellSouth Corporation board of directors and he is a member of the President's Export Council. He is a member of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and the Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center, and is chairman- elect of the International Air Transport Association.

Mr. Mullin received a degree in engineering and applied physics from Harvard College, a degree in applied mathematics from The Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.

SOURCE: Johnson & Johnson

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