Shipbuilders Council Elects New Board
At the Shipbuilders Council of America's 56th Annual Meeting, the following Board of Directors was elected to serve for a period of one year: Paul E. Atkinson, Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; Bernard J. Bannan, Western Gear Corporation; William C.
Brigham, Bethlehem Steel Corporation ; Ralph W. Cousins, Newport News Shipbuilding; Leonard Erb, Litton/Ingalls Shipbuilding; William E. Fogarty, Foster Wheeler Boiler Corp.; John T. Gilbride, Todd Shipyards Corporation; James F. Goodrich, Bath Iron Works Corporation; Edwin Hartzman, Avondale Shipyards, Inc.; Roland A. Kjelland, National Steel & Shipbuilding Co.; J. Radcliffe Maumenee, Alabama Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Company; John L.
Roper III, Norfolk Shipbuilding & Drydock Corporation; Richard G. Seitz, Maryland Shipbuilding & Drydock Company; John A.
Serrie Jr., Seatrain Shipbuilding Corporation; Robert F. Sherman, Savannah Machine & Shipyard Corp.; George R. Sloan, General Electric Company; James J. Sugrue, Jacksonville Shipyards, Inc.; Francis W. Theis, The American Ship Building Co.; P. Takis Veliotis, General Dynamics, Quincy Shipbuilding Division, and G.
Graham Whipple, Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Co.
John T. Gilbride was elected chairman of the Executive Committee, and Edwin Hartzman was elected Shipbuilding Committee chairman.
Frank R. Kesterman and Nicholas D. Pasco were elected vice president/secretary and vice president, respectively. To focus on area conditions, these directors were also elected Regional vice presidents: Atlantic Coast, John L. Roper III; Pacific Coast, Roland A. Kjelland; Gulf Coast, J.
Radcliffe Maumenee, and Great Lakes, Francis W. Theis.
Council president Edwin M.
Hood was again elected Board of Directors chairman, and Beverly C. Kendall, who came with the Council in 1959, was reelected treasurer. She has additional duties as special assistant to the president, and has a major role in preparation of each edition of the "Shipyard Weekly." Coincident with these elections, Council president Hood further named William G. Kurfehs as assistant to the president, with special responsibilities for collation and dissemination of statistical data pertinent to shipbuilding and ship repair.
Other stories from April 15, 1977 issue
- MRIS Publishes Cumulative Index For 1970-1976 page: 4
- Zapper, Inc. Applies For Title XI To Build $9-Million Barge Carrier page: 6
- New Development Team For Ocean Liners page: 6
- Fred S. Sherman Elected AIMS Board Chairman page: 7
- McAllister Expands Container Feeder Service With $2-Million 300-Foot Ocean Deck Barge page: 11
- Equitable Sends Two 95-Foot Tugs To Indonesia On Deck Of Lykes Ship Via Cape Of Good Hope page: 11
- North America-Mideast Trade To Get Largest Ro/Ro Ships In New Seaspeed Service This Month page: 14
- Offshore Technology Conference Technical Session Timetable page: 14
- Prudential, Stanwick Develop Shipboard Maintenance System page: 19
- Dravo SteelShip Delivers Towboat With Elevating Pilothouse To International Paper page: 22
- Dr. Anderson Describes Construction Of Offshore Concrete Facility To SNAME Los Angeles Section page: 22
- Hyundai Mipo Commissions Two Additional Graving Docks For Large Vessel Repairs page: 25
- Pacific Northwest Section Presents Two Papers And Tour Of Vessels page: 25
- Water Lubricated Rubber Bearings Subject Of SNAME San Diego Meeting page: 26
- Alaska Asks For Bids To Stretchout And Modify The M / V Matanuska page: 26
- Dravo Corp. Names Greene And Jelic page: 27
- Dynell Offers Latitude/Longitude Omega Receiver page: 28
- Mobile, Bottom Supported Drilling And Production Platform page: 33
- Bourg Dry Dock & Service Appoints Two Executives page: 34
- Toutant And LaGrange Named Vice Presidents At Jeffboat, Inc. page: 35
- Raytheon Company Introduces A Dual-Axis Doppler Speed Log page: 38
- Number Of Vessels Classed By ABS Increased In 1976 page: 40
- Pacific Towboat Names Four To Executive Posts page: 41
- Santa Fe Affiliate Receives $40-Million Saudi Arabian Contract page: 43
- Shipbuilders Council Elects New Board page: 43
- Astilleros Espanoles Names Wesley Wheeler Exclusive U.S.A. Rep page: 44
- Farrell Lines Inc. Names Captain Moore page: 44
- Philadelphia ASNE And SNAME Sections Hear Presentation On The Arapho Concept page: 45
- Henschel Corp. Offers Literature On New Digital Shaft RPM Indicators page: 46
- Dillingham Ship Repair Names Charles Carter And Cliff Pritchard page: 46
- Crowley Assigns Ducich To Caribbean Division page: 48
- Fort Schuyler Forum Celebrates 25th Anniversary —Discusses 'Marine Chemist' And 'Marine Safety' page: 48
- NOAA Awards Contract To French Company page: 50
- Schedule Announced For ASNE Day May 5-6 page: 50
- New Barge Company Formed To Serve Alaska page: 51
- Gulf Mississippi Marine Signs For Three Vessels From George Engine page: 52
- NSF Certifies Demco Aeration Type Packaged Sewage Treatment page: 52
- ABS Elects Eleven New Members —Five New Managers page: 54
- R.L. Fagan Rejoins Stanwick Corporation page: 54
- MarAd Releases Study On Great Lakes Shipping page: 55
- K.E. Sheehan Elected Vice President Of ABS page: 56
- Kawasaki/Philippines Form Company To Build Large Ship Repair Yard page: 57
- Ship Stern Study Released By MarAd page: 57
- Maryland Port Adm. Moves To Baltimore World Trade Center page: 58
- ICHCA Elects Farrell President U.S. Committee page: 58
- Petro-Marine Announces Major Reorganization page: 59
- ASNE Northern New England Section Elects Officers—Speaker Compares USSR And U.S. Warship Design Practice page: 60
- AWO Elects Stegbauer Chairman Of Board page: 61