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Manos Pitsidianakis 1 year ago
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source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "282adbf10f2698a7a77f8e983a74b2d18176c19a7fd32a45446139ae7b02b715"
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source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "7e891cfe48e9100a70a3b6eb652fef28920c117d366339687bd5576160db0f76"
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[[package]]
name = "rustc_version"
version = "0.2.3"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "138e3e0acb6c9fb258b19b67cb8abd63c00679d2851805ea151465464fe9030a"
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source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
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source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "604508c1418b99dfe1925ca9224829bb2a8a9a04dda655cc01fcad46f4ab05ed"
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"libc",
"signal-hook-registry",
]
[[package]]
name = "signal-hook-registry"
version = "1.2.1"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "a3e12110bc539e657a646068aaf5eb5b63af9d0c1f7b29c97113fad80e15f035"
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"libc",
]
[[package]]
name = "slab"
version = "0.4.2"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
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[[package]]
name = "smol"
version = "0.1.18"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "620cbb3c6e34da57d3a248cda0cd01cd5848164dc062e764e65d06fe3ea7aed5"
dependencies = [
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"blocking",
"concurrent-queue",
"fastrand",
"futures-io",
"futures-util",
"libc",
"once_cell",
"scoped-tls",
"slab",
"socket2",
"wepoll-sys-stjepang",
"winapi 0.3.9",
]
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name = "socket2"
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source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
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[[package]]
name = "stdweb"
version = "0.4.20"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
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dependencies = [
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"rustc_version",
"serde",
"serde_json",
"stdweb-derive",
"stdweb-internal-macros",
"stdweb-internal-runtime",
"wasm-bindgen",
]
[[package]]
name = "stdweb-derive"
version = "0.5.3"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "c87a60a40fccc84bef0652345bbbbbe20a605bf5d0ce81719fc476f5c03b50ef"
dependencies = [
"proc-macro2",
"quote 1.0.7",
"serde",
"serde_derive",
"syn 1.0.40",
]
[[package]]
name = "stdweb-internal-macros"
version = "0.2.9"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "58fa5ff6ad0d98d1ffa8cb115892b6e69d67799f6763e162a1c9db421dc22e11"
dependencies = [
"base-x",
"proc-macro2",
"quote 1.0.7",
"serde",
"serde_derive",
"serde_json",
"sha1",
"syn 1.0.40",
]
[[package]]
name = "stdweb-internal-runtime"
version = "0.1.5"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "213701ba3370744dcd1a12960caa4843b3d68b4d1c0a5d575e0d65b2ee9d16c0"
[[package]]
name = "structopt"
version = "0.3.17"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
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]
[[package]]
name = "termion"
version = "1.5.5"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "c22cec9d8978d906be5ac94bceb5a010d885c626c4c8855721a4dbd20e3ac905"
dependencies = [
"libc",
"numtoa",
"redox_syscall",
"redox_termios",
]
[[package]]
name = "textwrap"
version = "0.11.0"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
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checksum = "6a02e4885ed3bc0f2de90ea6dd45ebcbb66dacffe03547fadbb0eeae2770887d"
[[package]]
name = "waker-fn"
version = "1.1.0"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "9d5b2c62b4012a3e1eca5a7e077d13b3bf498c4073e33ccd58626607748ceeca"
[[package]]
name = "walkdir"
version = "2.3.1"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
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[[package]]
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version = "1.0.6"
name = "wasm-bindgen"
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source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "6fd319e971980166b53e17b1026812ad66c6b54063be879eb182342b55284694"
checksum = "1ac64ead5ea5f05873d7c12b545865ca2b8d28adfc50a49b84770a3a97265d42"
dependencies = [
"cc",
"cfg-if",
"wasm-bindgen-macro",
]
[[package]]
name = "wasm-bindgen-backend"
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"lazy_static",
"log",
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"quote 1.0.7",
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"wasm-bindgen-shared",
]
[[package]]
name = "wasm-bindgen-futures"
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source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
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"js-sys",
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"web-sys",
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"wasm-bindgen-macro-support",
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source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
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"quote 1.0.7",
"syn 1.0.40",
"wasm-bindgen-backend",
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]
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name = "wasm-bindgen-shared"
version = "0.2.68"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "1d649a3145108d7d3fbcde896a468d1bd636791823c9921135218ad89be08307"
[[package]]
name = "wasm-bindgen-test"
version = "0.3.18"
source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
checksum = "34d1cdc8b98a557f24733d50a1199c4b0635e465eecba9c45b214544da197f64"
dependencies = [
"console_error_panic_hook",
"js-sys",
"scoped-tls",
"wasm-bindgen",
"wasm-bindgen-futures",
"wasm-bindgen-test-macro",
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[[package]]
name = "wasm-bindgen-test-macro"
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"quote 1.0.7",
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"wasm-bindgen",
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source = "registry+https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io-index"
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Cargo.toml

@ -28,8 +28,6 @@ path = "src/bin.rs"
[dependencies]
xdg = "2.1.0"
crossbeam = "0.7.2"
signal-hook = "0.1.12"
signal-hook-registry = "1.2.0"
nix = "0.17.0"
melib = { path = "melib", version = "0.6.1" }
@ -42,7 +40,7 @@ linkify = "0.4.0"
xdg-utils = "0.3.0"
notify = "4.0.1" # >:c
notify-rust = { version = "^4", optional = true }
termion = "1.5.1"
#termion = "1.5.1"
bincode = "1.2.0"
uuid = { version = "0.8.1", features = ["serde", "v4"] }
unicode-segmentation = "1.2.1" # >:c
@ -58,31 +56,80 @@ svg_crate = { version = "0.8.0", optional = true, package = "svg" }
futures = "0.3.5"
async-task = "3.0.0"
num_cpus = "1.12.0"
wasm-bindgen = { version = "0.2.63", optional = true }
# The `console_error_panic_hook` crate provides better debugging of panics by
# logging them with `console.error`. This is great for development, but requires
# all the `std::fmt` and `std::panicking` infrastructure, so isn't great for
# code size when deploying.
console_error_panic_hook = { version = "0.1.6", optional = true }
# `wee_alloc` is a tiny allocator for wasm that is only ~1K in code size
# compared to the default allocator's ~10K. It is slower than the default
# allocator, however.
#
# Unfortunately, `wee_alloc` requires nightly Rust when targeting wasm for now.
wee_alloc = { version = "0.4.5", optional = true }
[dependencies.js-sys]
version = "0.3.4"
optional=true
[dependencies.web-sys]
optional=true
version = "0.3.4"
features = [
'Document',
'Element',
'HtmlElement',
'EventTarget',
'Node',
'Window',
'KeyboardEvent',
'ErrorEvent',
'Event',
'Worker',
'DedicatedWorkerGlobalScope',
'MessageEvent',
'CustomEvent',
'CustomEventInit',
]
[build-dependencies]
syn = { version = "1.0.31", features = [] }
quote = "^1.0"
proc-macro2 = "1.0.18"
[profile.release]
lto = "fat"
opt-level = "z"
debug = false
[workspace]
members = ["melib", "tools", ]
[features]
default = ["sqlite3", "notmuch", "regexp", "smtp", "dbus-notifications"]
#default = ["sqlite3", "notmuch", "regexp", "smtp", "dbus-notifications"]
default = ["wasm", "debug-tracing"]
notmuch = ["melib/notmuch_backend", ]
jmap = ["melib/jmap_backend",]
sqlite3 = ["melib/sqlite3"]
smtp = ["melib/smtp"]
regexp = ["pcre2"]
regexp = []#"pcre2"]
dbus-notifications = ["notify-rust",]
cli-docs = []
svgscreenshot = ["svg_crate"]
wasm = ["console_error_panic_hook", "svgscreenshot", "wasm-bindgen", "wee_alloc", "web-sys", "js-sys"]
# Print tracing logs as meli runs in stderr
# enable for debug tracing logs: build with --features=debug-tracing
debug-tracing = ["melib/debug-tracing", ]
[lib]
name = "meli"
path = "src/bin.rs"
crate-type = ["cdylib", "rlib"]
[dev-dependencies]
wasm-bindgen-test = "0.3.13"
[profile.release]
# Tell `rustc` to optimize for small code size.
opt-level = "s"
lto = "fat"

4
Makefile

@ -47,7 +47,9 @@ GREEN ?= `[ -z $${NO_COLOR+x} ] && ([ -z $${TERM} ] && echo "" || tput setaf 2)
.POSIX:
.SUFFIXES:
meli: check-deps
@${CARGO_BIN} build ${CARGO_COLOR}--target-dir="${CARGO_TARGET_DIR}" ${FEATURES} --release
#@${CARGO_BIN} build ${CARGO_COLOR}--target-dir="${CARGO_TARGET_DIR}" ${FEATURES} --release
wasm-pack build --no-typescript -t web #--dev
help:
@echo "For a quick start, build and install locally:\n ${BOLD}${GREEN}PREFIX=~/.local make install${ANSI_RESET}\n"

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Message-ID: <10031247.1075855488409.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
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Message-ID: <10583855.1075855474963.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 10:42:00 -0800 (PST)
From: office.chairman@enron.com
To: all.worldwide@enron.com
Subject: Chairman's Award Nominations
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The 2000 Chairman's Award nomination process was a tremendous success! Fro=
m=20
around the world, over 425 nominations were received representing a broad=
=20
cross-section of our overall organization and resulting in a 73% increase i=
n=20
nomination participation from last year. This 100% employee-driven program=
=20
is so successful because you take time to nominate and recognize those=20
individuals that are special in your work life. Every single candidate is =
to=20
be congratulated! =20
This year, the original concept was brought to fruition when the members of=
=20
the 1999 Chairman's Roundtable took over the selection process and carried=
=20
the torch from past to present. This Selection Committee reviewed all=20
candidates on the basis of their ability to consistently bring our values t=
o=20
life and sought out those select few that are Enron's "everyday heroes". =
=20
It is with great pleasure that we announce the 2000 Chairman's Roundtable=
=20
whose daily pursuit of excellence, commitment to communication, genuine=20
integrity and respect for others are what make Enron the incredible company=
=20
that it is today - innovative, successful and undoubtedly one of the best=
=20
places to work. The eleven individuals named below are flying to San Anton=
io=20
this from around the world to be honored at our annual Management=20
Conference. One of these finalist will receive the distinguished recogniti=
on=20
as the actual Chairman's Award winner:
THE 2000 CHAIRMAN'S ROUNDTABLE
Amelia Alder, Enron Operations Services (ETS) - Houston, Texas
Dan Boyle, Enron Global Finance - Houston, Texas
Craig Buehler, Northern Natural Gas (ETS) - Houston, TX
Fernando Delpino, Industrias Ventane (ESA) - Caracas, Venezuala
Barbara Gray, ENA - Houston, Texas
Scott Guptill, PGE - Portland, OR
Mark Harada, EES - Hinsdale, IL
Don Lehr, The Linc Corporation (EES) - Pittsburgh, PA
Xafira Mendonsa, Dahbol Power Company - Mumbia, India
Yaser Tobeh, Operational Energy Corp. (EES) - Gaza, Palestine
Kevin Westwood, Enron Teeside Operations Ltd. - Cleveland, England
Attached is a list of every employee who was nominated for the Chairman's=
=20
Award this year:
Please take a moment to recognize this honor bestowed upon your fellow=20
employees. We sincerely thank them for their contributions to Enron and=20
their leadership that helps make this organization the world=01,s leading e=
nergy=20
and communications company. If you have any questions regarding this year=
's=20
program or suggestions for the future, please contact Charla Reese at=20
charla.reese@enron.com or call 713.853.5202. We hope to see the Chairman's=
=20
Award grow and encourage your participation next year.
Respectfully
Ken & Jeff

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Message-ID: <10700397.1075855475371.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 10:09:00 -0800 (PST)
From: enron.announcements@enron.com
To: all_ena_egm_eim@enron.com
Subject: Ameriflash Newsletter
Mime-Version: 1.0
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BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS
TRANSACTION DEVELOPMENT
Transaction Development, headed by Rodney Malcolm, works with Pulp & Paper,=
=20
Lumber and Steel to structure and execute some of the more complex deals. =
=20
Members of the Transaction Development team have a strong track record of=
=20
closing structured transactions involving both capital and commodity risks.=
=20
Sample deals would include working on the acquisition of Garden State Paper=
=20
earlier this year, and structuring and pitching the first all requirements,=
=20
index based, physical steel supply contract to one of the largest players i=
n=20
the steel servicing segment of the steel industry.
The ability to buy and sell physical product will be critical to creating a=
=20
commodity product in these businesses. Getting access to the physical=20
product will require creating compelling financing structures, as well as=
=20
potentially buying assets to get control of their production capability. I=
n=20
all these situations, the Transaction Development team will be a key player=
=20
in driving these opportunities to closure.
PEP - REVIEWER FEEDBACK DEADLINE
The Year End 2000 Performance Review Process closes November 17. To access=
=20
PEP, go to http://pep.corp.enron.com. To avoid system delays, please log-o=
n=20
before the deadline.
If you have any problems accessing the system or have any questions regardi=
ng=20
the Performance Management Process, please call the HR Helpdesk at x3.4040=
=20
option 4 or email pep.enquiries@enron.com.
=20
OPEN ENROLLMENT 2001
The final date for making your 2001 benefit elections or changes is Novembe=
r=20
15, 8:00 am CST to 5:00 pm CST. Remember, that your current 2000 health=20
benefit elections will rollover for 2001 if you do not make any changes.
Log-on to www.enron.benefitsnow.com or call 1-800-425-5864.
WELCOME
New Hires ENA/EIM/EGM
ENA =01) Tamara Carter/Gas Logistics, Albert Escamilla/Global Counterparty,=
=20
Michael Girraratano/Gas Assets Operations, Cassandra Mayeux/Reporting,=20
Planning Accounting, Christina Perez/Power Plant Acct., Eve Puckett/Info &=
=20
Records Management, Tracey Wood/Gas Logistics
EGM =01) David Hoog/GRM Risk Products, Judy/Currency Trading
SAVE THE DATE
ENA/EIM/EGM-HOLIDAY PARTY
Enron Field
Saturday, December 9
7:00 pm - Midnight
NUGGETS & NOTES
"Bigger, faster" - Dave Delainey/CEO-ENA
"Four bid at five. What do you want to do?" John Arnold, Vice=20
President-Financial/Nymex Trading
"We trade weather." Gary Taylor, Manager - Weather Risk Management Group
"You trade WHAT?!" anyone Gary speaks with.
LEGAL STUFF
The information contained in this newsletter is confidential and proprietar=
y=20
to Enron Corp. and its subsidiaries. It is intended for internal use only=
=20
and should not be disclosed outside of Enron.

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Message-ID: <10789655.1075855476869.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2000 22:45:00 -0800 (PST)
From: jim.schoene@gt.pge.com
To: acarter@westerngas.com, colliw@texaco.com, bblanar@coral-energy.com,
cchao@cook-inlet.com, cschenderlein@brr.com, cwhite@brr.com,
dsuter@sempratrading.com, dkohler@br-inc.com, houtendp@bp.com,
djohnson@coral-energy.com, bdahncke@pcenergy.com, fermis@enron.com,
hankd@calpine.com, taylorja2@bp.com, jwpowell@duke-energy.com,
jkho@dynegy.com, jmmcarthur@duke-energy.com,
judi.vogel@engageenergy.com, klegg@utilicorp.com,
kevin.f.otoole@usa.conoco.com, kolinge@ect.enron.com,
mitchellm2@epenergy.com, igsinc@ix.netcom.com, mike_bucher@oxy.com,
pwri@dynegy.com, rmccluer@southernenergy.com,
rick.wadle@southernenergy.com, srmo@dynegy.com,
skatz@sempratrading.com, scheffsp@bp.com, ssouth@ect.enron.com,
millertr@bp.com, tgary@pcenergy.com, tbrother@utilicorp.com,
robbinkr@bp.com, thomas_j_toerner@reliantenergy.com,
skip_s_thevenot@reliantenergy.com, schang@cook-inlet.com,
kevin.coyle@engageenergy.com, doug.jacques@neg.pge.com,
skip.simmons@southernenergy.com
Subject: GTN Quaterly Meeting Reminder
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Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
X-From: "Schoene, Jim" <jim.schoene@gt.pge.com>
X-To: "Andrew Carter (E-mail)" <Acarter@westerngas.com>, "Bill Collier (E-mail)" <colliw@texaco.com>, "Brent Blanar (E-mail)" <bblanar@coral-energy.com>, "Cindy Chao (E-mail)" <cchao@cook-inlet.com>, "Connie Schenderlein (E-mail)" <cschenderlein@brr.com>, "Cindy White (E-mail)" <cwhite@brr.com>, "Damon Suter (E-mail)" <dsuter@sempratrading.com>, "Dave Kohler (E-mail)" <dkohler@br-inc.com>, "David P. Houten (E-mail)" <houtendp@bp.com>, "Denette Johnson (E-mail)" <djohnson@coral-energy.com>, "Elizabeth Dahncke (E-mail)" <bdahncke@pcenergy.com>, "Frank Ermis (E-mail)" <fermis@enron.com>, "Henry Delony (E-mail)" <hankd@calpine.com>, "James Taylor (E-mail)" <taylorja2@bp.com>, "Jay W. Powell (E-mail)" <jwpowell@duke-energy.com>, "Jeff Hornback (E-mail)" <JKHO@dynegy.com>, "Jim McArthur (E-mail)" <jmmcarthur@duke-energy.com>, "Judi Vogel (E-mail)" <judi.vogel@engageenergy.com>, "Kevin Legg (E-mail)" <klegg@utilicorp.com>, "Kevin O'Toole (E-mail)" <kevin.f.otoole@usa.conoco.com>, "Kim Olinger (E-mail)" <kolinge@ect.enron.com>, "Mark T. Mitchell (E-mail)" <mitchellm2@epenergy.com>, "Mark Baldwin (E-mail)" <igsinc@ix.netcom.com>, "Mike Bucher (E-mail)" <mike_bucher@oxy.com>, "Phil Richardson (E-mail)" <pwri@dynegy.com>, "Ray McCluer (E-mail)" <RMcCluer@SouthernEnergy.com>, "Rick Wadle (E-mail)" <rick.wadle@southernenergy.com>, "srmo@dynegy. com (E-mail)" <srmo@dynegy.com>, "Stephanie Katz (E-mail)" <SKatz@sempratrading.com>, "Steve Scheffler (E-mail)" <scheffsp@bp.com>, "Steve South (E-mail)" <ssouth@ect.enron.com>, "Tim Miller (E-mail)" <millertr@bp.com>, "Tom Gary (E-mail)" <tgary@pcenergy.com>, "Troy Brothers (E-mail)" <tbrother@utilicorp.com>, "Kevin Robbins (E-mail)" <robbinkr@bp.com>, "Tom Toerner (E-mail)" <thomas_j_toerner@reliantenergy.com>, "Skip Thevenot (E-mail)" <skip_s_thevenot@reliantenergy.com>, "Stacy Chang (E-mail)" <schang@cook-inlet.com>, "Kevin Coyle (E-mail)" <kevin.coyle@engageenergy.com>, "Jacques, Doug" <Doug.Jacques@neg.pge.com>, "Skip Simmons (E-mail)" <skip.simmons@southernenergy.com>
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Thursday, November 2 is our next, less than quarterly, meeting to up date you
on events that willl affect your business in the Western U.S.
The meeting is at the Hyatt downtown, 1200 Louisiana, starting at 11:30AM.? A
casual lunch will be served.? The meeting will start at 12:30PM.? If we can
make it last with lots of good questions and a healthy exchange of views,
cocktails will be on me in the lobby bar after the meeting--meeting
attendance is manditory.? The agenda looks like this:
The ever popular Parking Service--An overview with discussion of Pipeline
Inventory issues and the go forward plan to help fix the problem.
A rundown on the elimination of the IT Queue and our filing for re-hearing
An overview of West Region demand and expansion plans--everyone will want to
sign up for this
Implementation of IT blanket based discounting--maybe, only if you're good
Nomination dynamics and pro rata ranking plan implementation
E-Trans implementation
AND FINALLY--TCPL will present their gas supply views for the Alberta
systems--an added bonus!
This is also an opportunity for you to share changes in your organizations
that others would apppreciate knowing about--name changes, mergers, spin
offs, divestitures, etc.
Feel free to nominate others in your organization that would benefit.
?
*************************************************************************
PGONational Energy Group and any other company referenced
herein which uses the PGOname or logo are not the same company
as Pacific Gas and Electric Company, the California utility. These
companies are not regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission,
and customers do not have to buy products from these companies in
order to continue to receive quality regulated services from the utility.
**************************************************************************

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Message-ID: <10799918.1075855472169.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2000 09:11:00 -0800 (PST)
From: enron.announcements@enron.com
To: all.houston@enron.com
Subject: Weather Alert
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The potential for freezing rain and hazardous road conditions may be present
this evening and early tomorrow morning particularly in the northern and
western parts of the city. Please monitor local news and weather forecasts
and use your judgement to insure a safe commute.
The Enron building will be open for business tomorrow, Wednesday, December
13th. If there should be any change of building status, notice will be given
on the building hotline and accessible by calling 713-750-5142.

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Message-ID: <10808611.1075855475017.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 10:46:00 -0800 (PST)
From: enron.announcements@enron.com
To: enron.states@enron.com
Subject: Holiday Schedule 2001
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Please click on the URL below for Enron's 2001 Holiday Schedule.
http://home.enron.com:84/messaging/2001sched.jpg

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Message-ID: <10867948.1075855491108.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 01:24:00 -0700 (PDT)
From: ina.rangel@enron.com
To: phillip.allen@enron.com, keith.holst@enron.com, mike.grigsby@enron.com,
frank.ermis@enron.com, steven.south@enron.com,
monique.sanchez@enron.com, jane.tholt@enron.com,
tori.kuykendall@enron.com, jay.reitmeyer@enron.com,
susan.scott@enron.com, matthew.lenhart@enron.com,
randall.gay@enron.com
Subject: Thank You
Mime-Version: 1.0
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Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
X-From: Ina Rangel
X-To: Phillip K Allen, Keith Holst, Mike Grigsby, Frank Ermis, Steven P South, Monique Sanchez, Jane M Tholt, Tori Kuykendall, Jay Reitmeyer, Susan M Scott, Matthew Lenhart, Randall L Gay
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Thank you everyone for my gift card to Foley's. I will definelty have fun
using that. You are all a great bunch to work for.
Thanks again!
Ina

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Message-ID: <10886338.1075855477793.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 08:37:00 -0800 (PST)
From: frank.ermis@enron.com
To: jkho@dynegy.com
Subject: As requested
Mime-Version: 1.0
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Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
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---------------------- Forwarded by Frank Ermis/HOU/ECT on 01/31/2000 04:36
PM ---------------------------
Dale Neuner on 01/31/2000 02:14:45 PM
To: Frank Ermis/HOU/ECT@ECT
cc:
Subject: As requested
EOL Transaction 79346
US Gas Phy Index IF NWPL RkyMtn Feb00 USD/MM
A US Gas Transaction with Enron North America Corp., under which Seller shall
sell and Buyer shall purchase a
quantity of natural gas equal to the Daily Contract Quantity at the Contract
Price on a firm basis. The Contract Price
shall be derived from the Index, as adjusted by the price submitted by
Counterparty via the website. The Period of
Delivery shall be from the Effective Date through the Termination Date.
The term of the Transaction shall be from the Effective Date of 01 Feb 2000
to the Termination Date of 29 Feb 2000.
The transaction is for delivery at Opal Plant Tailgate.
The Index for a month shall be the Northwest Pipeline Corp. - Rocky Mountains
price as listed in the section
entitled "Prices of Spot Gas Delivered to Pipelines", published in the first
issue in such month of Inside Ferc's
Gas Market Report.
The price is quoted in US Dollars per unit of volume, which will be the
Contractual Currency.
The unit of measure against which the price is quoted shall be millions of
British thermal units and the quantity
shown shall be in millions of BTUs per day.

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Message-ID: <10936925.1075855475152.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 13:09:00 -0800 (PST)
From: perfmgmt@enron.com
To: frank.ermis@enron.com
Subject: Year End 2000 Performance Feedback
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
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X-From: "perfmgmt@enron.com"<perfmgmt@enron.com>
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NOTE: YOU WILL RECEIVE THIS MESSAGE EACH TIME YOU ARE SELECTED AS A REVIEWER.
You have been selected to participate in the Year End 2000 Performance
Management process by providing meaningful feedback on specific employee(s).
Your feedback plays an important role in the process, and your participation
is critical to the success of Enron's Performance Management goals.
To complete requests for feedback, access PEP at http://pep.corp.enron.com
and select Perform Review under Performance Review Services. You may begin
providing feedback immediately and are requested to have all feedback forms
completed by Friday, November 17, 2000.
If you have any questions regarding PEP or your responsibility in the
process, please contact the PEP Help Desk at:
Houston: 1.713.853.4777, Option 4
London: 44.207.783.4040, Option 4
Email: perfmgmt@enron.com
Thank you for your participation in this important process.
The following is a CUMULATIVE list of employee feedback requests with a
status of "OPEN." Once you have submitted or declined an employee's request
for feedback, their name will no longer appear on this list.
Review Group: ENRON
Feedback Due Date: Nov 17, 2000
Employee Name Supervisor Name Date Selected
------------- --------------- -------------
CHRISTIANSEN, SUZANNE D RANDALL L GAY Nov 01, 2000
FRANK, CAROLE C DARRON C GIRON Nov 01, 2000
GAY, RANDALL L ROBERT A SUPERTY Nov 01, 2000
LENHART, MATTHEW F PHILLIP K ALLEN Oct 31, 2000
LUCCI, PAUL T MARK WHITT Nov 02, 2000
WOLFE, JASON DARRON C GIRON Nov 06, 2000

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Message-ID: <11057183.1075855488951.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Tue, 8 May 2001 09:32:00 -0700 (PDT)
From: achrisco@prosrm.com
To: fermis@ect.enron.com
Subject: Don Sinclair, Energy Industry Leader, Keynote Speaker
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..at PROS Trading and Storage Revenue Optimization Seminar
May 8, 2001=01*Houston=01* PROS Revenue Management, the world=01,s leader i=
n revenue=20
management science and software, and the pioneer and dominant provider of=
=20
revenue management to the airline and energy industries, today announced th=
at=20
Don Sinclair will be the keynote speaker at the PROS Trading and Storage=20
Revenue Optimization Seminar. The focus of the seminar will be a discussio=
n=20
and demonstration of the benefits of trading and storage revenue=20
optimization in the energy industry. The seminar will be hosted by PROS=20
Revenue Management at their new facility in midtown Houston, located at 31=
00=20
Main Street and Elgin on Tuesday, May 22, from 1:00 - 3:30 pm.
Don Sinclair currently provides strategic consulting services to the energy=
=20
industry. He has been involved in the energy industry since deregulation=
=20
began in the early 1980s. He served as president of Duke Energy Trading an=
d=20
Marketing LLC, from April 1997 to September 1998. Prior to joining Duke,=
=20
Sinclair served as senior vice president of Tenneco Energy and president of=
=20
Tenneco Energy Resources. Mr. Sinclair was also one of the original=20
principals of Dynegy, where he served eight years in various officer=20
positions, including senior vice president and chief risk officer. At Dyneg=
y=20
he was in charge of all risk management activities and commercial operation=
s.
=01&This seminar will outline a powerful new set of pricing and revenue=20
optimization tools for the energy industry ,=018 says Matt Johnson, PROS=
=01,=20
Senior VP of Energy. =01&Our products have been at the vanguard of pricing=
and=20
revenue optimization for over fifteen years, and at this seminar we will=20
demonstrate how two of our newest energy products =01) the PROS Trading=20
Optimization System and the PROS Storage Revenue Management System =01) are=
=20
delivering unprecedented revenue lifts to the energy marketplace.=018
PROS=01, Trading Optimization System enables customers to increase deal=20
profitability by 10-25% across their entire gas business in real-time. PRO=
S=20
Storage Revenue Management System has been shown to increase revenues from=
=20
the sale of storage capacity by 7-25% after initial implementations. Both=
=20
PROS Trading Optimization System and PROS Storage Revenue Management System=
=20
are built on the PROS Enterprise Platform=01,s world leading forecasting,=
=20
pricing and optimization science, generating revenue and profits for PROS=
=01,=20
clients worldwide.
To find out more information about the PROS Trading and Storage Revenue=20
Optimization Seminar, please contact Tricia Stewart at 713-335-8056, or=20
register at PROS=01, registration page on the Internet at=20
www.prosrm.com/energy/seminar_registration.htm.
About PROS Revenue Management
PROS Revenue Management is the world=01,s leader in pricing and revenue=20
optimization solutions and the pioneer and dominant provider of revenue=20
management to the airline and energy industries. PROS provides system=20
solutions to the airline, cargo, rail, energy, healthcare and broadcast=20
industries, and has delivered over 200 systems to more than 80 clients in 3=
7=20
countries. PROS=01, clients include 17 of the top 25 carriers in the airlin=
e=20
industry.
The PROS mission is to maximize the revenue of each client using PROS=01,=
=20
world-leading revenue management science, systems solutions, and best=20
practices business consulting. PROS=01, clients report annual incremental=
=20
revenue increases of 6-8% as a result of revenue management. PROS=01, solut=
ions=20
forecast demand, optimize inventory, and provide dynamic pricing to maximiz=
e=20
revenue.
Founded in 1985 in Houston, PROS Revenue Management has a six-year compound=
ed=20
revenue growth of 40%, in large part due to the intellectual capital of its=
=20
staff. Nearly half of PROS=01, professional staff has advanced degrees and =
the=20
staff speaks a cumulative total of 26 languages. The company is profitable=
=20
with Year 2000 revenue of $29 million. For more information on PROS Revenue=
=20
Management, please visit www.prosRM.com or call 713-335-5253.
Contact:
Candy Haase =01) VP Marketing
713-335-5253 / 713-335-8144 =01) fax
chaase@prosRM.com

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Message-ID: <11063203.1075855473726.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2000 02:02:00 -0800 (PST)
From: phillip.allen@enron.com
To: frank.ermis@enron.com
Subject: Enron's December physical fixed price deals as of 11/28/00
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
X-From: Phillip K Allen
X-To: Frank Ermis
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---------------------- Forwarded by Phillip K Allen/HOU/ECT on 11/29/2000
10:01 AM ---------------------------
Anne Bike@ENRON
11/28/2000 09:04 PM
To: pallen70@hotmail.com, prices@intelligencepress.com, lkuch@mh.com
cc: Darron C Giron/HOU/ECT@ECT, Mike Grigsby/HOU/ECT@ECT, Monique
Sanchez/HOU/ECT@ECT, Phillip K Allen/HOU/ECT@ECT
Subject: Enron's December physical fixed price deals as of 11/28/00
Attached please find the spreadsheet containing the above referenced
information.

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Message-ID: <11115985.1075855488506.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 08:48:00 -0700 (PDT)
From: outlook.team@enron.com
To: cheryl.wilchynski@enron.com, cindy.ward@enron.com, jo.hill@enron.com,
sonja.galloway@enron.com, bilal.bajwa@enron.com, binh.pham@enron.com,
bradley.jones@enron.com, bruce.mills@enron.com,
chance.rabon@enron.com, chuck.ames@enron.com,
david.baumbach@enron.com, jad.doan@enron.com,
o'neal.winfree@enron.com, phillip.love@enron.com,
sladana-anna.kulic@enron.com, victor.guggenheim@enron.com,
alejandra.chavez@enron.com, anne.bike@enron.com,
carole.frank@enron.com, darron.giron@enron.com,
elizabeth.hernandez@enron.com, elizabeth.shim@enron.com,
jeff.royed@enron.com, kam.keiser@enron.com, kimat.singla@enron.com,
kristen.clause@enron.com, kulvinder.fowler@enron.com,
kyle.lilly@enron.com, luchas.johnson@enron.com,
maria.garza@enron.com, patrick.ryder@enron.com,
ryan.o'rourke@enron.com, yuan.tian@enron.com, frank.ermis@enron.com,
jane.tholt@enron.com, jay.reitmeyer@enron.com, keith.holst@enron.com,
matthew.lenhart@enron.com, mike.grigsby@enron.com,
monique.sanchez@enron.com, phillip.allen@enron.com,
randall.gay@enron.com, tori.kuykendall@enron.com,
ina.norman@enron.com, jackie.travis@enron.com,
michael.gasper@enron.com, brenda.fletcher@enron.com,
jeanne.wukasch@enron.com, mary.franklin@enron.com,
mike.potter@enron.com, natalie.baker@enron.com,
suzanne.calcagno@enron.com, albert.stromquist@enron.com,
rajesh.chettiar@enron.com, derek.anderson@enron.com,
brad.horn@enron.com, camille.gerard@enron.com, cathy.lira@enron.com,
daniel.castagnola@enron.com, eva.tow@enron.com, lam.nguyen@enron.com,
andy.pace@enron.com, anna.santucci@enron.com,
claudia.guerra@enron.com, clayton.vernon@enron.com,
david.ryan@enron.com, eric.smith@enron.com, grace.kim@enron.com,
jason.kaniss@enron.com, kevin.cline@enron.com, rika.imai@enron.com,
todd.decook@enron.com, beth.jensen@enron.com,
billi.harrill@enron.com, martha.sumner-kenney@enron.com,
phyllis.miller@enron.com, sandy.olofson@enron.com,
theresa.byrne@enron.com, danny.mccarty@enron.com, denis.tu@enron.com,
john.ayres@enron.com, john.millar@enron.com,
julie.armstrong@enron.com, maggie.schroeder@enron.com,
max.brown@enron.com, randy.cantrell@enron.com, tracy.scott@enron.com,
charles.muzzy@enron.com, cora.pendergrass@enron.com,
darren.espey@enron.com, jessica.white@enron.com,
kevin.brady@enron.com, kirk.lenart@enron.com, lisa.kinsey@enron.com,
margie.straight@enron.com, mark.schrab@enron.com,
souad.mahmassani@enron.com, tammy.gilmore@enron.com,
teresa.mcomber@enron.com, wes.dempsey@enron.com,
barry.feldman@enron.com, catherine.huynh@enron.com
Subject: 1-URGENT - Outlook Email Notification (new)
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X-From: Outlook Migration Team
X-To: Cheryl Wilchynski, Cindy R Ward, Jo Ann Hill, Sonja Galloway, Bilal Bajwa, Binh Pham, Bradley Jones, Bruce Mills, Chance Rabon, Chuck Ames, David Baumbach, Jad Doan, O'Neal D Winfree, Phillip M Love, Sladana-Anna Kulic, Victor Guggenheim, Alejandra Chavez, Anne Bike, Carole Frank, Darron C Giron, Elizabeth L Hernandez, Elizabeth Shim, Jeff Royed, Kam Keiser, Kimat Singla, Kristen Clause, Kulvinder Fowler, Kyle R Lilly, Luchas Johnson, Maria Garza, Patrick Ryder, Ryan O'Rourke, Yuan Tian, Frank Ermis, Jane M Tholt, Jay Reitmeyer, Keith Holst, Matthew Lenhart, Mike Grigsby, Monique Sanchez, Phillip K Allen, Randall L Gay, Tori Kuykendall, Ina Norman, Jackie Travis, Michael J Gasper, Brenda H Fletcher, Jeanne Wukasch, Mary Theresa Franklin, Mike Potter, Natalie Baker, Suzanne Calcagno, Albert Stromquist, Rajesh Chettiar, Derek Anderson, Brad Horn, Camille Gerard, Cathy Lira, Daniel Castagnola, Eva Tow, Lam Nguyen, Andy Pace, Anna Santucci, Claudia Guerra, Clayton Vernon, David Ryan, Eric Smith, Grace Kim, Jason Kaniss, Kevin Cline, Rika Imai, Todd DeCook, Beth Jensen, Billi Harrill, Martha Sumner-Kenney, Phyllis Miller, Sandy Olofson, Theresa Byrne, Danny McCarty, Denis Tu, John A Ayres, John Millar, Julie Armstrong, Maggie Schroeder, Max Brown, Randy Cantrell, Tracy Scott, Charles T Muzzy, Cora Pendergrass, Darren Espey, Jessica White, Kevin Brady, Kirk Lenart, Lisa Kinsey, Margie Straight, Mark L Schrab, Souad Mahmassani, Tammy Gilmore, Teresa McOmber, Wes Dempsey, Barry Feldman, Catherine Huynh
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OUTLOOK EMAIL NOTIFICATION
Your Date of Migration is: May 14th
YOU WILL BE UNABLE TO SEND E-MAIL unless you take the following action:
Please go through your Notes email and clean out as many old/un-needed emai=
l=20
items as possible BEFORE your date of migration.? After you are migrated to=
=20
Outlook you will only be allocated 100MB of total Mailbox space.?? If more=
=20
than this amount of data is migrated to Outlook YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SEN=
D=20
E-MAIL until it is below the 100MB limit.? Cleaning up your Notes email now=
=20
will prevent this from happening to YOU.
Enron=01,s messaging platform is migrating from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Ou=
tlook=20
2000 worldwide. You will be accessing Outlook for all of your email=20
functions.=20
WHY IS ENRON MIGRATING TO OUTLOOK 2000?
Many factors contributed to the decision to migrate from Lotus Notes to=20
Microsoft Exchange/Outlook. The most prominent factors were:
? Significant advantages to moving to a product that is more integrated wit=
h=20
current Enron apps (Windows 2000, Office and Internet Explorer)
? More efficient Shared PC and Roaming User features
? Improved support and integration for Palm/CE devices
? Instant Messaging capabilities
WHAT IS BEING MIGRATED TO OUTLOOK 2000?
? Email Messages. From the date of your scheduled migration, the last (30)=
=20
thirty days of your Email will be converted for use in Outlook.
? All your folders in Notes you use to store email messages in.
? To Do Items
? Journal Items
? Calendar Entries dating from (1) one year in the past to (10) ten years i=
n=20
the future will be converted.
? Address Books, but NOT your Distribution Lists that you created. You wil=
l=20
need to re-create these in Outlook.
Thank you,
Outlook 2000 Migration Team

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Message-ID: <11228136.1075855476540.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2000 00:14:00 -0800 (PST)
From: perfmgmt@enron.com
To: frank.ermis@enron.com
Subject: Year End 2000 Performance Feedback
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X-From: "perfmgmt@enron.com"<perfmgmt@enron.com>
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NOTE: YOU WILL RECEIVE THIS MESSAGE EACH TIME YOU ARE SELECTED AS A REVIEWER.
You have been selected to participate in the Year End 2000 Performance
Management process by providing meaningful feedback on specific employee(s).
Your feedback plays an important role in the process, and your participation
is critical to the success of Enron's Performance Management goals.
To complete requests for feedback, access PEP at http://pep.corp.enron.com
and select Perform Review under Performance Review Services. You may begin
providing feedback immediately and are requested to have all feedback forms
completed by Friday, November 17, 2000.
If you have any questions regarding PEP or your responsibility in the
process, please contact the PEP Help Desk at:
Houston: 1.713.853.4777, Option 4
London: 44.207.783.4040, Option 4
Email: perfmgmt@enron.com
Thank you for your participation in this important process.
The following is a CUMULATIVE list of employee feedback requests with a
status of "OPEN." Once you have submitted or declined an employee's request
for feedback, their name will no longer appear on this list.
Review Group: ENRON
Feedback Due Date: Nov 17, 2000
Employee Name Supervisor Name Date Selected
------------- --------------- -------------
FRANK, CAROLE C JEFFREY C GOSSETT Nov 01, 2000
GAY, RANDALL L ROBERT A SUPERTY Nov 01, 2000

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Message-ID: <11426317.1075855489842.JavaMail.evans@thyme>
Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 02:30:00 -0700 (PDT)
From: office.chairman@enron.com
To: all.worldwide@enron.com
Subject: Cliff Baxter
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X-From: Office of the Chairman
X-To: All Enron Worldwide
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It is with sadness and regret that we announce that Cliff Baxter is resigni=
ng=20
as an employee of Enron. We are happy, though, that Cliff=01,s primary rea=
son=20
for resigning is to spend more time with his family.
Cliff is a unique talent. His creativity, intelligence, sense of humor, an=
d=20
straightforward manner have been assets to the company throughout his=20
career. He will be missed.