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Timothy S. Mock is Named Alcoa Vice President and Controller PITTSBURGH--July 29, 1999--
Alcoa's Board of Directors named Timothy S. Mock, 57, vice president and
controller, effective September 1, 1999. He succeeds Earnest J. Edwards,
61, senior vice president and controller, who will retire at the end of
Timothy S. Mock has been president of Alcoa Automotive Structures, one
of Alcoa's business units, since 1998. Previously, he was managing
director of Alcoa Italia, based in Milan, Italy.
Mr. Mock, born in Pittsburgh, began his Alcoa career at Cleveland (Ohio)
Works in 1964 as an industrial engineer after graduating from Lehigh
University. He became chief industrial engineer there in 1974 and
transferred to Alcoa's Massena (N.Y.) Operations as controller in 1978.
In 1981, Mr. Mock was named controller, Flat-Rolled Products Division in
Pittsburgh, and was later promoted to group controller of Packaging
Systems. He returned to Massena Operations in 1987 as operations manager
and was named president of Alcoa's Wire, Rod and Bar business unit a
year later. In 1995, Mr. Mock headed the transition team for the
acquisition of Alumix, S.p.A., Italy's state-owned aluminum producer
that Alcoa acquired in 1996, now known as Alcoa Italia.