Four New Branch Managers Appointed At M. Rosenblatt

Lester Rosenblatt, president and chairman of the board of M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc., one of the nation's largest independent naval architectural and marine engineering firms, recently announced the appointment of four new branch managers.

Amos Baki has been promoted to assistant vice president and has assumed the management of the Washington, D.C., area branch. He has 14 years of experience in naval architecture, marine economics, marine engineering, and computer-aided ship design. The Washington branch has a staff of over 100 persons working in the areas of conceptual, feasibility, contract, and detail design tasks and research.

Alan H. Donkin has assumed the management of the Hingham, Mass. branch. Mr.

Donkin has had over 34 years' experience in the marine field, including design supervision of hull arrangements, preliminary design, hull design, assistant chief hull and structural design, and as a shipyard program manager f o r a class of Navy replenishment oilers.

Edward J. Stock has been appointed manager of the Newport News branch. Prior to joining M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc. as a senior project engineer in 1965, Mr. Stock spent over 20 years in the U.S. Navy. His experience includes assignments as supervisor of shipbuilding office, New York, manager of a repair yard in Key West, Fla., assistant project manager, Bureau of Ships, production superintendent, Charleston Naval Shipyard, and chief engineer of a Navy destroyer.

His civilian experience includes project engineer for all Navy collection, holding and transfer systems, program manager for design of a U.S. submarine tender, and a military hydrofoil.

Anthony Tortora has assumed the management of the Jacksonville office. Mr.

Tortora served in the U.S. Navy for over 26 years. His tours of duty included supervisor of shipbuilding conversion and repair, Brooklyn, N.Y.; force maintenance officer, Atlantic Fleet; repair officer, Boston Naval Shipyard; design superintendent, New York Naval Shipyard ; and chief engineer on a carrier and an oiler. His prior duties at M.

Rosenblatt & Son, Inc. were as senior project engineer in New York.

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