C.J. Hendry Company Announces Appointments

Fred Barg, vice president, C.J.

Hendry Co., San Francisco, Calif., announces two major changes within the firm's branch in southern California.

Warren (Scotty) Phalen returns to the company as branch manager, San Pedro, with Wally Lynn designated as assistant manager.

Ms. Jean Herring was named office manager.

Messrs. Phalen, Barg and Lynn are certainly no strangers to each other as it was Mr. Phalen who was responsible for showing Mr.

Barg and Mr. Lynn the ship chandlery business in the early days of their meeting.

Mr. Phalen, San Pedro-born and educated, began with C.J. Hendry in 1937, with Mr. Barg joining the southern California branch in 1940. Mr. Phalen left for U.S.

Army service in 1942, returning in 1946. He returned to Hendry after spending over 25 years with Marine Hardware.

Mr. Lynn, also a San Pedro man, was employed at Marine Hardware until he joined the C.J.

Hendry firm in 1977.

Mr. Phalen replaces John Iamarino, who resigned to accept a position with Crowley Maritime Corp., Terminal Island, Calif. In a personal letter, Mr. Barg expressed his appreciation for past services rendered, and wished Mr.

Iamarino well in his new venture.

C.J. Hendry, ship chandlers since 1865, are not only noted for their marine services, but are considered safety manufacturing specialists for the marine and industrial industries. Their San Francisco manufacturing line includes Sea Jay chemicals and s a f e ty products such as Elliott life rafts, rope ladders, tarps and covers, nets, stretchers, and pump room and rescue equipment. They are also authorized service representatives for US Rubber life rafts in San Francisco

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