Michael Kenney Named President Of Jacksonville Propeller Club

Michael C. Kenney, president of Ships Supply Inc., is the new president of The Propeller Club, Port of Jacksonville, Fla., succeeding James F. Moseley, admiralty attorney.

John W. Connolly Jr., president of Eastern Seaboard Petroleum Co., Inc., is the new 1st vice president— in line for the club presidency a year from now.

Harold McCarthy, vice president and local manager of Southeastern Maritime Corporation, is 2nd vice president of the club for 1978-79.

George Herbert of Joyserv, Ltd., is secretary, and Edmond L. (Ned) Moran Jr. of Florida Towing is the treasurer.

On the board of governors are Mr. Moseley, the retiring president; Warren K. Anderson, Crowley Maritime Corporation; Robert H. Aprile, Bellinger Shipyards Inc.; Ronald Burroughs, Parkhill-Goodloe Co., Inc.; Floyd Cagle, Ring Power Corporation, and William H. Newburn, Jacksonville Shipyards.

George A. DuBois, Ships Supply; Gerard B. Fox, Strachan Shipping Co.; Capt. John Hanson, Coast Guard Marine Inspection Officer; Harry P. Hart, public relations ; Paul Hoffert, Hoffert Marine Inc.; David Howard, Seafarer ; Raymond L. King, Sea- Land Service; Capt. Bob Parker, St. Johns Bar Pilots Assn.; James J. Scott, formerly of Jacksonville Port Authority; Joseph Shiffert, North Florida Shipyards; John Sullivan, Sullivan & Sons Inc.; Tom Sween, Pepper Industries Inc.; Capt. Bryan W. Thornton, Sun State Marine Inc., and James S. Weedon, Weedon Engineering.

Messrs. Moran, Hanson, Capt.

Parker, Messrs. Shiffert, Sullivan, Sween and Weedon are new members on The Propeller Club board.

Retiring officers and board members are Joseph Carroll, Capt.

Phillip J. Danahy, Capt. James F. Randolph, and Col. Donald A.

Wisdom.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 42,  Sep 1978 United States

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