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Zuccaro Appointed To
Marketing Manager At
General Electric E&E
The appointment of Richard J.
Zuccaro as manager, marine serv- ice programs and marketing sup- port of General Electric Compa- ny's Electrical and Electronics (E&E) Service Department, In- stallation and Service Engineer- ing Division (I&SE) has been an- nounced by P.S. Hasler, manager,
E&E marketing and programs.
Mr. Zuccaro will be responsible for developing the department's marine business program plans, while providing marketing sup- port to other program managers.
He joined General Electric in 1951 as a test engineer in John- son City, N.Y. After assignments in Bridgeport, Conn., and Sche- nectady, N.Y., and two years as a 1st lieutenant in the U.S. Army in Korea, he rejoined the compa- ny in 1959 as a field engineer. In 1966, Mr. Zuccaro was appointed sales manager, Northeastern Elec- trical and Electronic Region. In 1972, he was named manager of
I&SE's Electrical and Electronic
Sales, and in 1977 was appointed manager, marketing and pro- grams support for the E&E De- partment in Schenectady, the po- sition he held prior to his new assignment. $19.7-Million Overhaul
Contract Awarded By
Navy To SF Welding
San Francisco Welding and
Fabricating, Inc., San Francisco,
Calif., has been awarded a $19,- 731,233 fixed price contract for modifications and overhaul work on the USNS Kawishiwi, a Navy oiler. The Navy's Military Sealift
Command, Pacific, is the contract- ing activity. (N00033-77-C-0015)
Randy Bates Joins
Tracor As Assistant
Field Service Manager
Three new tugs join the Bay-Houston family
Three new additions to the Bay-Houston towing service available on the Gulf Coast, fleet will be the Barbara H. Neuhaus, Laura
Haden and MarkK. All attest to the dedica- tion of Bay-Houston to provide the best
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Randy Bates has been appointed assistant field service manager for
Tracor Marine Systems, which is a part of the Tracor Instruments
Division. He will have service re- sponsibilities for Tracor's marine navigation products, including the
Satellite Navigator and the Ome- ga Navigator in the fishing, com- mercial marine, and pleasure craft markets. He reports directly to
Will Hoover, field service man- ager of Tracor Instruments.
Before joining Tracor Instru- ments Division, Mr. Bates was a test engineer technician for Tra- cor's Science and Systems Divi- sion. He worked for General Tel- ephone Information Systems be- fore joining Tracor.
New Brochure On Offshore
Risks Available From
All American Marine Slip
The All American Marine Slip, an underwriting syndicate for off- shore energy risks managed by
Marine Office of America Corpo- ration, has published a new bro- chure describing its services to insurance buyers and brokers.
Called "In The Right Place At
The Right Time," the brochure describes the emergence of the
Slip as a viable alternative market for energy risks since its found- ing in 1972. These risks include fixed and mobile drilling rigs of all kinds; pipelines and offshore terminals; submarines, deepsea decompression chambers, and un- derseas mining vessels and equip- ment. The brochure also describes the coverages written by the Slip and identifies the organization's key management personnel in its
New York and Houston offices.
Requests for a free copy should be sent to Robert Lowery, Dept.
MR, All American Marine Slip, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, N.Y. 10038.
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