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Alamito Deal Is Completed


Special to The New York Times
Published: June 9, 1986


LOS ANGELES, June 8— Osceola Energy Inc. said Friday that it had completed the acquisition of the shares of the Alamito Company of Tucson, Ariz., an electricity wholesaler, for $165 a share, or $376.2 million.


Alamito had become the target of a heated takeover battle after a group of senior managers had offered $110 a share to take the company private in a leveraged buyout.


Suits filed by shareholders opened the company up to outside bids, resulting in the merger agreement between Osceola and Alamito.


Osceola was formed by the Catalyst Energy Development Corporation, along with three Wall Street firms: Bear, Stearns; Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, and Mabon, Nugent. William Pope Jr., a Donaldson, Lufkin vice president, also participated.



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