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William A. Von Hoene, Jr. EVP of Finance and Legal, Exelon Corporation

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William A. Von Hoene, Jr. EVP of Finance and Legal, Exelon Corporation

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Exelon CEO Discusses Nuclear's Role In Energy Future

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Mayo A. Shattuck III speaks on Constellation, Exelon merger

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Mayo A. Shattuck III, Executive Chairman
Mayo Shattuck is the Executive Chairman of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation, the nation’s number one competitive energy provider. Exelon’s electric and gas utilities serve approximately 6.6 million customers in Illinois, Maryland and Pennsylvania, and its generation company operates the largest fleet of nuclear power plants in the nation. Exelon’s competitive retail and wholesale energy business, Constellation Energy, provides energy products and services to customers in 46 states, including more than 90,000 business and public sector customers and nearly 1 million residential customers. Professional History
Prior to joining Exelon, Shattuck was the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Constellation Energy, a position he held from 2001 to 2012. Constellation Energy was a Fortune 200 company that owned energy-related businesses, including a wholesale and retail power marketing and merchant generation business in North America. It also operated the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, which serves 1.2 million electric customers and 630,000 natural gas customers in central Maryland. Shattuck was previously at Deutsche Bank, where he served as Chairman of the Board of Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown and, during his tenure, served as Global Head of Investment Banking and Global Head of Private Banking.
From 1997 to 1999, he served as Vice Chairman of Bankers Trust Corporation, which merged with Deutsche Bank in June 1999. From 1991 until 1997, Shattuck was President and Chief Operating Officer and a Director of Alex. Brown Inc., which merged with Bankers Trust in September 1997.
Shattuck is Chairman of the Board of the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Edison Electric Institute (EEI). He is also Co-Chairman of the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) Commission on Nuclear Policy in the United States.
Shattuck currently serves on the Board of Directors for Gap Inc. and is Chairman of its Audit and Finance Committee. He also serves as a Director for Capital One Financial Corporation, where he is Chairman of its Compensation Committee. Civic and Charitable Commitment
Shattuck is a member of the Board of Trustees of Johns Hopkins Medicine and is Chairman of the Board of Visitors of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He currently is the Chairman of the United Way of Central Maryland (UWCM) campaign and is on the national board of The First Tee.
The Shattuck Family Foundation focuses on children’s education and health with an emphasis on diversity. It has established the Shattuck Family Internship Program for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Social Change at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County; the Shattuck Family Burn Treatment Center at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center; and the Shattuck Schoolhouse at Noble & Greenough School. Education and Family
Shattuck was born in 1954 in Massachusetts and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Williams College and his master’s degree in business administration from Stanford University, where he graduated as an Arjay Miller Scholar. Shattuck has received an honorary Doctor of Public Service degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Shattuck is married to Molly George Shattuck and has five children; Mayo IV, Katie, Spencer, Wyatt and Lillian. Awards and Recognition
Shattuck has been widely recognized for his civic and professional leadership. Among his awards, he has received Loyola University’s Business Leader of the Year; Ernst & Young’s Master Entrepreneur of the Year, and Noble & Greenough’s Distinguished Graduate Award. He has also received the Boy Scouts Distinguished Citizen Award, and was named the United Way of Central Maryland’s Philanthropist of the Year.
Christopher M. Crane, President and Chief Executive Officer
Crane is president and chief executive officer of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation, the nation’s number one competitive energy provider. He oversees a family of companies representing every stage of the energy value chain, with more than 35,000 megawatts of owned generating capacity and 6.6 million electric and natural gas customers in Illinois, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Professional History
Crane previously served as president and chief operating officer of Exelon Corporation. In that role, he oversaw one of the U.S. industry’s largest portfolios of electric generating capacity, with a multi-regional reach and the nation’s largest fleet of nuclear power plants. He directed a broad range of business including major acquisitions, transmission strategy, cost management initiatives, oversight of major capital programs, generation asset optimization and generation development. Industry Leadership
Crane is an acknowledged leader in the electric utility and nuclear industries. He is a member of the executive committee of the Edison Electric Institute and the board of directors of the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, the industry organization promoting the highest levels of safety and reliability in nuclear plant operation. He is vice chairman of the Nuclear Energy Institute, the nation’s nuclear industry trade association, where he has also served as chairman of the New Plant Oversight Committee and as a member of the Nuclear Strategic Issues Advisory Committee, the Nuclear Fuel Supply Committee and the Materials Initiative Group. He is Vice Chairman of the World Nuclear Association, promoting the peaceful worldwide use of nuclear energy. Education
Crane studied at New Hampshire Technical College, and attended Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program. He previously held a senior reactor operator certification.
Jonathan W. Thayer, Chief Financial Officer
Jonathan (Jack) W. Thayer joined Exelon Corporation as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in January 2012. As the chief financial officer for Exelon, Mr. Thayer is responsible for overseeing the execution of all financial activities including financial reporting, planning, audit and tax. Additionally, in his current role, Mr. Thayer leads the treasury function in developing and implementing our financing plans and the investor relations department group. Professional History
Prior to joining Exelon, Thayer was appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Constellation Energy in October 2008. Thayer joined Constellation Energy in 2003, at which time he served as Director, Investor Relations, responsible for managing Constellation Energy's relationships with shareholders and analysts. In 2004, he was appointed Vice President and Managing Director, Corporate Strategy & Development, responsible for strategic transaction execution and planning. He was appointed Treasurer in August 2008.
Prior to joining Constellation Energy, Thayer held financial positions at Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. and SBC Warburg Dillon Read Inc., primarily focusing on mergers and acquisitions and financing transactions within the health care services, medical technology, biotechnology, and pharmaceuticals industries.
Thayer served as a project officer in Mukono, Uganda from 1994-1995. He managed the Ugandan AIDS Project operations, including development and implementation of palliative AIDS care programs and implementation of administrative, training and supply networks for the Church of Uganda's rural health care initiative. Civic Involvement
Thayer was the Chairman of Constellation Energy's 2006 and 2007 United Way Campaign and currently serves as a Board member of The United Way of Central Maryland, Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland, and the Baltimore Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. He is also a trustee of the Gilman School. Education
Thayer earned a bachelor's degree in history from Middlebury College, cum laude, and a master's degree in business administration from Harvard University. He has also earned the title of Eagle Scout. Family
Thayer is married and has two children.

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