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Delta marketing chief steps down

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Delta Air Lines said Exec VP-Marketing Robert W. Coggin will retire from the company effective May 1. Mr. Coggins, 61, a 42-year veteran with Delta, will provide consulting aid to Delta on global alliances during a transition period. Delta said it will immediately begin a search outside the company for Mr. Coggins' successor. It said sales and marketing duties will be split for the interim among Senior VP-Sales and International Vince Caminiti, Senior VP-Corporate Planning and Information Technology Paul G. Matsen and VP-Market Development Mark Drusch. Messrs. Caminiti and Drusch will report to Chief Operating Officer Maurice W. Worth. Mr. Matsen will report to Delta President-CEO Leo Mullin.

Copyright April 1998, Crain Communications Inc.

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