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Veliotis To Manage
Electric Boat Div.
General Dynamics Corporation has announced that P. Takis Ve- liotis has been named general manager of its Electric Boat Di- vision, Groton, Conn., the compa- ny's largest operating component.
Gorden E. MacDonald, who has been serving as acting general manager at Electric Boat, will re- turn to the General Dynamics corporate office in St. Louis, Mo., where he will resume his regular duties as corporate executive vice president-finance.
Peter J. Gwyn, who has been assistant general manager at the
Quincy Shipbuilding Division, will serve as acting general manager of the Quincy Division.
Mr. Veliotis, president and for- merly general manager of the
Quincy Shipbuilding Division (Quincy, Mass.) of General Dy- namics Corporation, is a vice pres- ident of the corporation.
Prior to joining General Dy- namics, Mr. Veliotis held the po- sition of president and general manager of Davie Shipbuilding
Ltd. in Quebec, Canada. Begin-
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P.O. Box 1415, AKRON, OHIO 44309 ning with Davie as an engineer- ing draftsman, Mr. Veliotis held several key shipbuilding engi- neering and management posi- tions and was responsible for the building of more than 70 ships, ranging from bulk carriers, tank- ers, freighters, drilling rigs, and icebreakers, to naval vessels.
P. Takis Veliotis
Mr. Veliotis was born in Greece and earned degrees at St. Pauls
College, the Royal Naval College and the National University, Ath- ens. During World War II, he served as an officer with H.M.
Royal Navy, Middle East Fleet.
At the end of the war, he was decorated in recognition of war services by the late King Paul and Queen Frederika of Greece.
Following his military service,
Mr. Veliotis was employed as an engineer in his father's company,
E.G. Veliotis, Shipowners Ltd. He is married to the former Paulette
Dupuis, daughter of Col. Alex- ander Dupuis, and together with a son and daughter, they reside in Milton, Mass.
He is a member of the U.S.
Naval Institute, the Navy League of the United States, American
Bureau of Shipping, Lloyd's Reg- ister of Shipping, The Society of
Naval Architects and Marine En- gineers, The Propeller Club (Port of Boston), and the Shipbuilders
Council of America, of which he is a director.
Transocean Contractors, Inc.,
Post Office Box 2352, Morgan
City, La. 70380, have announced the following appointments.
Michael (Don) Eckert is the new projects engineer and will be assisting Eugene Weber, the executive vice president; Danny
Curtis has been appointed as sales manager of their Lafayette, La., office; Ivan Jones has been ap- pointed manager of the Anchor
Handling Division; Harold Trahan holds the position of assistant manager of Anchor Handling, and
Don Holland has been promoted to assistant manager of the Con- struction Division.
Transocean Contractors, Inc. capabilities include offshore pipe- line installation and repair, sal- vage operations and general off- shore work. Rig moves, mooring spreads, platform maintenance, overseas loadouts, and a host of other oil-field duties are within their realm of activities. 8 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News