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PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Bollinger Promotes Four
Carter Tenhagen Lougheed Pope of facilities engineering at a Tampa, FL
Lougheed Joins Willard Marine
Mark Lougheed has joined the en- facility and is a licensed professional gineering team at Willard Marine, Inc. engineer in the state of Florida.
He brings more than 25 years of expe-
Bay Diesel Promotes Pope rience in naval engineering and proj-
Nick Pope has been promoted to ect management to Willard Marine.
Lougheed was most recently at Coast Inside Sales/Project Manager for Bay
Dynamics Group as an Engineering Diesel’s Chesapeake, VA location.
Project Leader developing technology Nick joined Bay Diesel in 2013 as for SHOXS Seats. Lougheed has a the Parts & Warehouse Coordinator
Masters Certi? cate in Applied Project where he was responsible for ship- ping/receiving, inventory control and
Bollinger Shipyards announces Management from Villanova Univer- sity in Pennsylvania and an Associate delivering parts in the area. Nick’s pri- the promotions of three key lead- mary responsibility will be to support of Technical Arts in Electronics Tech- ers. Tim Martinez has accepted the the Generac sales team.
nology from Centralia College.
position of Executive Vice Presi- dent of the Repair Division. Tim
The Great Lakes Towing
Cummins’ Carter to Retire began his Bollinger career in 1996
Company Announces Two Hires and in 2006 was promoted to Divi- Cummins Inc. announced that Dis-
Lindsay R. Dew has been named Di- sion General Manager for Bollinger tribution Business President Pamela
Morgan City (BMC), and assumed Carter, the ? rst woman to lead one rector of Operations & Compliance, and responsibility for Bollinger Ame- of the company’s four main business Mark W. Delventhal has been named lia Repair (BAR) in 2008. Scott units, will retire April 1. Carter, who Director of Technical Services & Busi-
Theriot has been promoted to Ex- ness Development at The Great Lakes became Indiana’s ? rst African Ameri- ecutive Vice President of Sales and can woman Attorney General in 1993, Towing Company’s marine operations
Marketing. Scott has been a con- has been with Cummins since 1997. group. Lindsay retired from the U.S. tributing member of Bollinger’s se-
She initially served as the Company’s Coast after twenty (20) years as Mari- nior management team for a total of
Vice President - General Counsel and time Operations & Safety Specialist, and 25 years. Corey Phelps has accepted
Corporate Secretary. Carter then held also was with ABS Consulting for eight the position of General Manager of several key positions within Cummins (8) years. Delventhal spent nineteen (19)
Bollinger Morgan City (BMC) and
Bollinger Amelia Repair (BAR). Fleetguard before leading Cummins years at Military Sealift Command as
Corey joined Bollinger in 2003 as
Filtration from 2005 to 2007. She Construction Representative and Project an Assistant Estimating/Project Co- has been President of the Distribution Of? cer and is a 1985 Graduate of U.S. ordinator and has since risen steadi- Merchant Marine Academy with a de-
Business Unit since 2007. ly through the ranks. Chris Remont gree in Marine Engineering.
has been named Vice President and
Asahi/America Adds Tenhagen
General Manager of the Lockport
Haynes Named Director of to Sales Team
New Construction division (BLN).
OEM Sales for Dometic
George Tenhagen has joined the
Remont joined Bollinger in May
Dometic Marine announced that sales team at Asahi/America. George 2014 as Director of Program Man- graduated from the University of South Ben Haynes has been promoted to Do- agement overseeing all aspects of
Florida with a bachelor’s of science in metic Director of OEM Sales for Com-
Program Management at BLN. environmental engineering. For the mercial Marine, focusing on commer- past 15 years, George was area manager cial, military and custom boat builders
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