Eaton´s Chief Financial & Planning Officer to Leave Company


CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 12, 2001--Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation (NYSE:ETN) today announced that Adrian T. Dillon, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial & Planning Officer, will leave Eaton on November 30, 2001 to take a position with another company.

Dillon has responsibility for the accounting, controller,

corporate development, information systems, investor relations,

strategic planning, tax and treasury functions. A search process is

underway to identify his successor.

"Adrian's financial and strategic skills have been of tremendous

value to the company," said Alexander M. Cutler, Eaton Chairman and

Chief Executive Officer. "He has had a significant impact on Eaton's

growth and diversification, and has been a respected colleague of two

chairmen. We thank Adrian for his 22 years of service to Eaton and

wish him the very best."

Eaton Corporation is a global $8 billion diversified industrial

manufacturer that is a leader in fluid power systems, electrical power

quality, distribution and control, automotive engine air management

and fuel economy, and intelligent truck systems for fuel economy and

safety. Eaton has 51,000 employees and sells products in more than

50 countries. For more information, visit

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