National Marine Service Names Five To New Posts

David A. Wright, president of National Marine Service, Inc., St.

Louis, Mo., recently announced the promotion of three persons and the appointment of two others to the staff of the shipbuilding, engine repair, and liquid bulk transportation company.

Robert W. Meyer has been named coordinator of corporate planning at NMS, responsible for coordinating short and long-range plans, researching business opportunities, and recommending productivity improvement programs.

Barbara A. Schaffer has been promoted to manager of corporate accounting responsible for all corporate accounting functions.

Katina R. Truman has been named corporate market analyst.

She will direct the company's divisions in developing market strategies toward the achievement of planned objectives.

Newly appointed to NMS are Frederick R. Glose and Michael Hawkins. Mr. Glose has been appointed shipyard division quality assurance engineer where he will oversee quality control both in the engine rebuilding and repair programs at the NMS Hartford, Illinois, yard and the remanufacture of diesel engine components at Unipar, Inc. Mr. Hawkins was appointed shipyard division salesman and was assigned to the Midwestern area, representing all shipyard services including1 diesel engine repairs.

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