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36MNAugust 2011Kvichak Marine IndustriesAppoints Kolb to Sales Team Kvichak Marine Industries in Seattle Washington announces the appointment of Tim Kolb to their sales team. Tim has been with Kvichak for 5 years as a project man- ager. His most recent projects includ- ed three 72 pilot boats for the Dutch Pilotage Organization in the Netherlands and the Bridge Erection Boat prototypes currently undergoing testing by the US Army, Tank- Automotive & Armaments Command. Tim brings to us 10 years of experience in the aluminum boatbuilding business. DONJON Shipbuilding NamesDeterding as GM Donjon Marine, Co., Inc., a global marine services provider based in New Jersey, has announced that Paul Deterding has been named General Manager of Donjon Shipbuilding and Repair, LLC, located in Erie, PA. Deterding will oversee the daily oper- ations of the facility, including pro- duction, engineering, plant mainte-nance and administrative duties. Deterding has more than 25 years of experience in the marine, electricaland fire protection industries, serving most recently as Vice President and Part Owner of SEC Fire, LLC, and before that as Operations Manager for Hiller Systems, Inc. He also served in the U.S. Navy from 1972- 1984 as an electrician, recruiter, instructor and Quality Assurance Supervisor. He is a graduate of Faulkner University in Montgomery, AL. We are very pleased to welcome Paul to our shipbuilding team. He brings a wealth of great experience to the General Manager position and we look forward to an even brighter future with him at the helm,? said John A. Witte, Jr., Executive Vice President, Donjon Marine Co., Inc. Crowley's Ed Schlueter Announces Retirement Ed Schlueter will retire on December 31, 2011, after 35 years with Crowley. He started with the company as a Port Engineer (Hull) in Seattle and is currently Vice President, Vessel Management Services, Inc. (VMSI). Over the years, Ed has held numerous positions, including Engineering Project Manager, Manager of Engineering, and Director of Engineering. He has lived in Seattle, Jacksonville, Copenhagen and California. Ed has been involved with and overseen the delivery of nearly 70 new building projects at Crowley. Some of those projects have included the Sea Wolf class container ships, the 455-seriesdeck barges, the three classes of ATBs, the Ocean Class tugs, and all five classes of tractor tugs. Ed will contin- ue to support Crowley after his retire- ment as a consultant and oversee any new construction projects outside the US, and he will be available as a resource for the current new building and other engineering related proj- ects.AMPOLs Headley Wins 2011 Gulf Coast Area Annual Award American Pollution Control Corp. (AMPOL) President Kirk Headley was named the winner of the 2011Gulf Coast Area Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® Award in the Environmental category. Headley was one of 34 finalists in eight cate-gories for the Gulf Coast region. Awards are given to entrepreneurs who demonstrate extraordinary suc- cess in the areas of innovation, finan- cial performance and personal com- mitment to their businesses and com-munities. Headley was nominated by past recipient Dick Alario, President of Key Energy Services, and was interviewed and evaluated by a presti- gious panel of judges made up ofbusiness, academic and communityleaders. I am truly honored and humbled to have received this award,? said Headley. The success of AMPOL has and will always be ateam effort, so this honor will be cel- ebrated with my family, friends and colleagues.? Headley received the award during the Ernst & Young 25th celebration of the program at the Houston InterContinental Hotel on Wednesday, June 22. PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS KolbDeterdingSchlueterMillerHeadleyLonardi

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