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. Mi Burnett retires A. E. BURNETT Andrew E. Burnett, president of Southern Electric Generating Co. (SEGCo), has retired after more than 44 years of service with SEGCo and Alabama Power Co. Burnett previously served as local manager for Alabama Power in Jacksonville, and division engineer in Anniston. He rose to manager, employe relations for Alabama Power, then joined the newly created SEGCo in 1956. Rnrnott nlavnrf a mainr role - - j in the creation and development of SEGCo, which built a one-million-kilowatt one-million-kilowatt one-million-kilowatt one-million-kilowatt one-million-kilowatt steam electric generating plant near Wilsonville. A native of Bessemer, Burnett received a B.S. degree ' . t funrVI in electrical engineeniiK m Auburn and a Master's degree in business, and engineering administration from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. j He was a director of the Southeastern Electric Exchange and has been a member of Edison Electric Institute; American Institute of Mining, Metalurgical ' and Petroleum Engineers; and the Birmingham Area Chamber of Commerce.