James Sessions Named President At Newpark — Haskew And Lehman Appointed VPs

James H. Sessions has been named president of Newpark Shipbuilding and Repair, Inc., a shipyard with barge cleaning and gas freeing facilities situated on 22 acres on an island in the Houston Ship Channel.

Newpark also announced the appointments of Stephen R. Haskew and Kimble R. Lehman as vice presidents of the company.

Mr. Sessions had been executive vice president of Newpark since 1977. He joined Newpark as a vice president in 1976. Previously, Mr.

Sessions served in management positions at Todd Shipyards in Houston, and other Gulf area shipyards. He is a graduate of the Maritime Academy in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Mr. Haskew will be responsible for all repair and new construction activity. He has been employed at Newpark since 1977, serving as manager of marine repair since 1978. Formerly, he was employed by the Shipyard Division, National Marine Services. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University.

Mr. Lehman will continue to be responsible for managing the gas freeing and cleaning plant, and will take on the additional role of marketing director. He has previously served as assistant repair manager and manager of the cleaning and gas freeing plant, and marine chemist for the repair facility. Mr. Lehman is a graduate of Delta State College.

Newpark Shipbuilding and Repair, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Newpark Resources, Inc. (NYSE).

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 39,  Aug 15, 1981

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