Ronald P. Lantzy, previously regional president of Met-Ed and currently serving on the company’s labor and management safety team, has elected to retire on May 1, 2009.

Lynch joined JCP&L in 1976 as a power station engineer and has held numerous positions in operations and management, including area vice president of External Affairs and president of the Central Region for JCP&L. Morgan joined Ohio Edison in 1977 as an electrical engineer and has held various engineering and operations management positions. Prior to his current position, he served as president of the Central Region – Ohio and vice president of energy delivery.

Brennan joined Ohio Edison in 1971 and has held a variety of positions in engineering and operations, including director of operations services for JCP&L and vice president of operations for Met-Ed. Lantzy joined Pennsylvania Electric in 1973. He has served in various positions in engineering and power plant operations and management, and as regional president of Northern New Jersey and president of Southern Region – Ohio.

“Steve and Ron have truly been leaders in the company,” said Anthony J. Alexander, president and chief executive officer of FirstEnergy. “We’ve come to rely on their expertise and leadership skills to drive the success of many projects from improving service reliability to enhancing our safety.”