News Release
June 23, 1998


HOUSTON —Jeremy John Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kane R. Gray, has received one of Duke Energy’s $10,000 W.G. Maguire Educational Scholarships. Gray recently graduated from Liberal High School in Liberal, Kan., and plans to attend Truman University in Kirksville, Mo., this fall. His major course of study will be biochemistry and pre-law.

Hall is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Janousek of Salina, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray of Jamestown, Kan.

The scholarship program was established in 1963 by the late W.G. Maguire, one of the founders of Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company, as well as chairman and chief executive officer for more than 20 years. Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line is a predecessor company of Duke Energy.

An independent committee judges selects the scholarship recipients based on academic excellence, character, personality evaluations by school faculty and performance on the Scholastic Aptitude Test.

Duke Energy Corporation is a global energy company with more than $20 billion in assets. Its companies provide electric services to approximately 2 million customers and operate pipelines that deliver 12 % of the natural gas used in the United States. They are leading marketers of electricity, natural gas and natural gas liquids. The companies develop, own and operate energy facilities and provide engineering, management, operating and environmental services globally.

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