International Paint Announces Promotions And Appointments

Wm. Norman Duncan, vice president and general sales manager of International Paint Company, East and Gulf Coasts, has announced the promotion of three sales representatives and the appointment of a new technical assistant.

George G. Robinson has been appointed assistant vice president and Northeastern sales manager, and will be responsible for the area from Maine to Hampton Roads, and Government contracts. Mr. Robinson attended Niagara University and graduated from Notre Dame University Midshipman School. He has 30 years' experience in the marine paint and coatings field. Mr. Robinson is an active member of the Whitehall Club, Propeller Club, Port of New York, the Robert Hague Post and other maritime associations.

He will continue to operate from the company's executive sales office, New York City.

E.D. Siren has been promoted to sales manager of International's INTERLUX Yacht and Heavy Duty marine paints in the Southeastern region, covering all of Florida and the East Coast from Miami to Hampton Roads. Mr. Siren is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University with a degree in business administration. He started with International as an INTERLUX representa- tive in New Orleans, La., in 1963, then transferred to Florida as INTERLUX and Heavy Duty representative in 1968 prior to his present appointment. Mr. Siren is a member of The Propeller Club, Port of Miami and Port Everglades. He will continue to operate from the company's Southeastern region office.

Tom F. Curry has been promoted to Central Gulf sales manager for Heavy Duty marine sales in the Gulf of Mexico and inland waterways and offshore platforms. Mr. Curry was employed by International as Heavy Duty marine sales in 1969 prior to his promotion.

He will continue to operate from the company's Gulf Coast office in New Orleans.

John L. Liccini, recently retired naval architect/marine engineer from Military Sealift Service, Navy, Washington, D.C. joined the staff of International Paint Company's executive sales office, New York, as administrative assistant, technical sales. Mr. Liccini is a graduate of Catholic University (Washington, D.C.) with a degree in mechanical engineering. He has 37 years' experience in marine engineering operations and some 22 years of association with tank coatings and shipboard paints. He is a member of the Society of Marine Port Engineers, New York. Mr. Liccini's appointment relieves Harold Richardson for return to International's laboratory in the Union, N.J., plant.

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