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U. S. Steel Names Lisa A. Roudabush General Manager of Processed Products


United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) announced today that it will centralize its sheet products processing and delivery operations and has appointed Lisa A. Roudabush as general manager-processed products to oversee the new organization. In her new capacity Roudabush will be responsible for all facets of the operation, including quality control, contract administration and customer service. The appointment is effective November 1.

Prior to her appointment Roudabush served as general manager-research, with responsibility for the company's applied research, development and technical support functions at the Research and Technology Center in Monroeville, Pa.

"Throughout her career, Lisa has held several key positions in quality assurance, process technology and research which have helped her build a solid background not only in the functions steel processing entails, but also in meeting the needs of our customers," said Jim Kutka, vice president- commercial. "Consolidating processing services under one person will help us control costs, quality and delivery, and we look forward to Lisa's leadership in this new assignment."

Roudabush began working at U. S. Steel in 1982 when she served as a student co-op at the Research and Technology Center while completing her Bachelor of Science degree in metallurgical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University.

Following graduation, she joined the company as a management associate at the Tech Center and progressed through a series of positions with increasing responsibility before she was named research manager for coated products in 1992.

In 1994, Roudabush was transferred to the quality assurance department at Gary Works as manager of technology planning. She advanced through several different quality assurance positions in various areas of Gary Works before she was named quality assurance manager-sheet products in 1997. Two years later she was promoted to manager of technology for the department. In 2000, she was promoted to manager-process technology at Mon Valley Works.

In addition to her degree from Carnegie Mellon, Roudabush has completed graduate-level work in metallurgical engineering and engineering management at the University of Pittsburgh.

SOURCE: United States Steel Corporation

CONTACT: John Armstrong, +1-412-433-6792, or Carlee Vargo,
+1-412-433-6777, both of United States Steel Corporation

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