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Sep 30, 2002

Frank M. Clark Named To The Board Of Trustees At DePaul University

ComEd President Accepts Post, Will Work With Other Leaders of Industry and Community

Frank M. Clark, president of local utility company ComEd, has been elected to DePaul University’s Board of Trustees.

Clark, 57, is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company, which provides electric service to approximately 3.4 million customers in northern Illinois. He also serves as senior vice president for Exelon Corp., ComEd’s parent company. Clark has worked in various capacities and has overseen numerous business units in his more than 36 years at ComEd, including information technology, communications, human resources, labor relations, distribution services, customer service, marketing, sales, regulatory and consumer affairs.

A resident of Hazel Crest, Ill., Clark is involved in numerous civic and community organizations. He serves on the board of trustees for both the Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum and the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum.

Additionally, Clark is a member of the board of directors for the Chicago Legal Clinic, Metropolitan Family Services, Illinois Manufacturers Association, and the Governors State University Foundation. He is also a member of the Chicago Bar Association, the Economic Club of Chicago, the Executives’ Club of Chicago, and the Governing Board of the Illinois Council on Economic Education. Clark holds a bachelor’s degree from DePaul’s College of Commerce in management and a juris doctorate from the DePaul College of Law.

DePaul is the largest private university in Chicago and the largest Catholic university in the nation. A richly diverse population of 21,363 students attends classes on two city and six suburban campuses. DePaul was founded in 1898 by the Vincentian Fathers and Brothers (the Congregation of the Mission), a Roman Catholic religious community which continues the mission and values of Vincent de Paul, the 17th century French saint known as the “Apostle of Charity.”