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Passenger Vessels & Ferries
PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Sea Tow Honors
Lister Tinto Short Ludwig
House in 2009 as Operations Manager sign from (BCIT), a professional diplo- where he was responsible for the imple- ma in Yacht Design from the Westlawn mentation of all yacht and commercial Institute of Marine Technology and an ? eet accounts. Kenny Campbell joined Executive Education certi? cate from
WheelHouse Technologies this month the UBC’s Sauder School of Business.
as national sales manager. Kenny pre-
Chris-Craft Names Two to viously led business development at a
C-Suite Sales Roles technical instrumentation company, and prior to that, as port engineer for a Chris-Craft named Norm Kraus as ? eet of 17 high speed passenger vessels. Regional Sales Director. Norm comes to Chris-Craft with 40 years of experi- ence, as a District Sales Manager for
Seaspan Marine Appoints List- er as VP, Commercial Services Eagle Trailers, and most recently Re-
Seaspan announced that Peter Lister gional Business Development Man- has joined Seaspan Marine as Vice ager at Mastercraft Boats. Separately,
President, Commercial Services. Peter the ? rm also announced that Justin brings over 20 years of experience as a Short has also joined the team as research and innovation leader in the Regional Sales Director. Justin previ- forestry sector. He holds a Masters and ously spent the last 10 years with the
Bachelor of Applied Science in Me- Yamaha Marine Group and comes to chanical Engineering from the Univer- Chris-Craft with an extensive marine
Sea Tow Services International sity of British Columbia (UBC), and industry background in both sales and recently honored members of its recently served as Director of both the operations management. national network for outstanding
Canadian Wood Council and Cana- customer service and dedication
Coast Guard Foundation Ap- dian Construction Innovations.
to boating safety. Sea Tow Fran- points Ludwig as President chise of the Year, awarded to the
The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-
Vancouver Shipyards franchise that most exempli? es
Appoints Tinto as VP pro? t organization committed to
Sea Tow’s high standards of ser-
Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards an- the education and welfare of Coast vice and operation, was won by nounced the appointment of Tony Guard members and their families,
Sea Tow Central Florida Lakes
Tinto to Vice President, Planning & announced that Regional Director (Fla.), owned by Capt. Kerry
Kline. Sea Tow Rookie of the Estimating. Tony joined Vancouver of Philanthropy Susan Ludwig will
Year went to Sea Tow Portland/ Shipyards in 2006 as a Project Man- replace Anne Brengle as president.
Midcoast (Maine), owned by ager, before moving over to af? liate With ten years of non-pro? t fundrais-
Captains Matt Wilder and Bruce company Vancouver Drydock in 2007 ing and administration work, coupled
White. The Sea Tow Foundation in a similar capacity. In 2012, Tony with two decades of experience work-
Hero Award, presented to the returned as Director, Planning & Pro- ing in corporate sales and product franchisee who most exempli? es duction Control, and was appointed management, Ludwig is well posi- the Foundation’s mission to pro- to the role of interim Vice President, tioned to lead the organization effort mote boating safety, went to Sea
Planning & Estimating in November to increase awareness for the Coast
Tow Eastern Connecticut.
2016. He holds a diploma in Civil De- Guard and the Foundation.
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