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Sentinel Loses Two Fund Managers

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Sept. 21, 2004 — Mutual fund managers Van Harissis and Scott Brayman have resigned from Sentinel Advisors Co., the asset management firm said.

A company spokeswoman had no information on the future plans of the two stock pickers.

Daniel Manion, Sentinel’s director of equity research and a member of the teams that run the Sentinel:Common Stock Fund/A (SENCX) and the Sentinel:Balanced Fund/A (SEBLX), assumed Harissis’s has duties on those funds. David Brownlee continues to manage the bond portion of the Balanced Fund.

Charles Schwartz, a former analyst on Sentinel:Small Company Fund/A (SAGWX) and the Sentinel Core Mid Cap Fund (SCRRX), succeeded Brayman on those funds.

The investment strategies of the funds will not change, Sentinel said. The portfolio management changes became effective on Monday, the company said.

Contact Bob Keane with questions or comments at: [email protected].