Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

ARCO Oifficials Set Retirement

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

ARCO Oifficials Set Retirement

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LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Robert E. Wycoff will step down as Atlantic Richfield Co.'s president and chief operating officer in a management change that includes the retirement of three top vice presidents, the company said Monday.

Wycoff, 63, will be replaced on June 1 by Mike R. Bowlin, now executive vice president of the oil company.

The changes are part of a management succession strategy developed in recent years, said Lodwrick M. Cook, Arco's chairman and chief executive officer. Cook is scheduled to retire in 1995.

Wycoff joined Arco in 1953 and was named to his current posts in 1985. He will assume the title of president emeritus and remain chairman of Lyondell Petrochemical Co., in which Arco is the major shareholder.

Bowlin, 50, began work with Arco in 1969 following graduation from North Texas State University with bachelor and master of arts degrees in business administration. He served as president of Arco Coal Co. and Arco International Oil and Gas Co. …

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