Gulf Oil Announces Organization Changes At GT&T Division

The following organization changes and personnel appointments have been announced by H.I. Goodman, president of Gulf Trading & Transportation (GT& T) Company, a division of Gulf Oil Corporation.

Named vice presidents in GT& T's Pittsburgh, Pa., offices were David H. Bruce, international crude and product sales; Jack E.

Harbaugh, international marine, aviation and specialty sales; and Arthur R. Larocque, government crude and product acquisition.

Jon N. Deakin remains vice president- supply and transportation, and Richard I. Hoskins remains vice president-marine.

Mr. Bruce, who had been vice president-trading and marine division in Tokyo since 1976, joined Gulf as sales coordinator in his native London in 1962. He attended Winchester College and New College, Oxford, receiving a B.A. degree in politics, philosophy and economics in 1957.

Mr. Harbaugh, who was executive vice president-Gulf International Trading Company, and vice president-product trading for GT&T, joined Gulf in 1949 as a sales trainee. He has served as assistant to the corporate president, secretary to the chairman's advisory council, president of Korea Gulf Oil, and vice president of marketing for Gulf Oil Company-South Asia. A native of South Bend, Ind., he is a graduate of the University of Michigan.

Mr. Larocque, who was vice president-international petroleum sales, joined Gulf in 1976 as general manager-international aviation sales. A native of Fall River, Mass., he holds a B.S. degree in civil engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts.

These changes implement GT& T's recent organization shift to emphasize the company's primary roles of service to other Gulf operating companies, management of Gulf's foreign crude oil and tanker fleet, and profitable growth of international commercial activities.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 22,  Jul 1978

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