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Edison International announces management changes

December 9, 2010 |  5:13 pm

Edison International, parent of Southern California Edison, announced the appointment of new leaders  at its two main subsidiaries, Southern California Edison and Edison Mission Group.

Edison said in a statement that Ronald L. Litzinger, 51, who has led Edison Mission Group since 2008, will become president of Southern California Edison.

Pedro J. Pizarro, 45, executive vice president of Southern California Edison, will become president of Edison Mission Group, succeeding Litzinger.

Both Litzinger and Pizarro will also be chief executives at their respective companies.

The appointments take effect Jan. 1.

Readers can find more about the appointments here.

Southern California Edison serves nearly 14 million people through 4.9 million customer accounts in a 50,000-square-mile area in central, coastal and southern California.

Edison International shares closed down 49 cents Thursday at $37.83.

-- Ronald D. White