Linane Renamed General Chairman-Marine Section Of NSC

James J. Linane, a vice president of the New York insurance brokerage firm of Johnson & Hig- gins, has been reelected to another one-year term as general chairman of the Marine Section of the National Safety Council.

Mr. Linane headed a slate of officials on the Marine Section executive committee for the 1980-81 period, who were elected at the group's recent annual business meeting, which was held in conjunction with the 68th National Safety Congress and Exposition in Chicago.

Also reelected to top Marine Section positions were Edward F.

Mclntyre, manager, safety and loss prevention, at Farrell Lines Incorporated, New York, as deputy general chairman ; Capt. Harold R. Rosengren, senior deputy chief surveyor at the National Cargo Bureau, Inc., New York, as vice general chairman; and Capt. Hugh M. Stephens, presdent, Ships' Operational Safety, Inc., Port Washington, N.Y., as organization secretary. Richard L.

Fox, director of safety and security at Ingram Industries, Inc., Nashville, was elected to his first term as a vice general chairman.

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