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PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Walsh Wagner Loebl Rooney LeberGustafsonRosenberg
Jeh Johnson to serve on the Merchant
Walsh Named FLA Hornblower Names Loebl
Marine Personnel Advisory Commit-
Ports Council Secretary- Marine Ops SVP
Hornblower Cruises & Events has tee (MERPAC). Sheklin, appointed to
Port Canaveral CEO John Walsh was named Gordon Loebl Senior Vice serve a three year term of of? ce, brings elected to serve on the 2015-2016 Flor-
President, Marine Operations. Loebl’s over forty years of experience in the ida Ports Council Board of Directors as 28-year U.S. Coast Guard career most maritime industry. He holds a U.S.
Coast Guard Master’s License, and
Secretary-Treasurer. Since 2011, Walsh recently includes service as the Com- has directed the planning, engineering, mander of Sector New York where he graduated from the State University of design, construction, and development was charged with ensuring the safety, New York, Maritime College.
of hundreds of millions of dollars in security and stewardship of the Port of
Bollinger VP Fanguy is capital projects. With more than 32 New York and New Jersey as well as
SNAME’s William M. years of construction, design-build, the Hudson River beyond Albany, NY.
Kennedy Award Recipient and real estate development experi-
The Society of Naval Architects & ence, he holds a MBA from the Uni-
Horizon Marine Expands
Marine Engineers’ (SNAME) 2015 versity of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor after Acquisition of Science from Drexel University.
Horizon Marine, a recent CLS Group William M. Kennedy Award will be acquisition, has Michael Leber, Aaron presented to Bollinger VP-Quality
Matson Appoints Wagner
Rosenberg, and Drew Gustafson to Management System, Dennis Fan-
Director, Corporate support its EddyWatch, RouteWatch, guy. Dennis, a graduate of University
Communications and SurveyWatch clients. Gustafson of New Orleans with a BS in Electri- cal Engineering, has been employed
Keoni Wagner has joined Matson earned a BA in Earth and Oceano-
Lines as director, corporate commu- graphic Science from Bowdoin College. at Bollinger since his graduation for nications. He succeeds Jeff Hull, who Rosenberg received a B.S. in Marine 31 years. The William M. Kennedy is retiring from Matson after a 33-
Science from Boston University and Award is presented for outstanding service and contribution in the devel- year career with the company. Wagner dual M.S. in Environmental Engineer- opment of systems and planning ap- most recently served as public infor- ing and Oceanography from the Uni- mation of? cer and spokesman for versity of Connecticut. Leber is a 2013 plying to shipbuilding and ship repair.
Oakland International Airport. cum laude graduate of the University of
Mercury Marine Names
Massachusetts-Lowell where he earned
Dauchy as Chief
Rooney to Lead AAP his B.S in Environmental Science/
Marketing Of? cer
Port of Hueneme Harbor Commission-
Atmospheric Science with a minor in er Mary Anne Rooney has been named Mathematics. He is expected to receive Michelle Dauchy has joined Mercury
Marine as Chief Marketing Of? cer.
President of the Association of Paci? c his M.S. in Environmental Studies/At-
Dauchy has nearly two decades of
Ports (APP). The Port of Hueneme will mospheric Science this December. global marketing experience with S.C. host APP’s Annual Conference in 2016.
Johnson, managing iconic brands and
The Association of Paci? c Ports is a
Shelkin Appointed to
P&L’s in more than 15 business seg- trade and information association
MERPAC founded for the purpose of promot-
Managing Partner Michael A. Sheklin ments across 80 countries. Dauchy has ing increased ef? ciency and effective- of Seaworthy Industries has received a BA in economics from Dartmouth ness of the ports of the Paci? c. a federal appointment from Secretary College and an MBA in marketing
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