January 4, 1982 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

Waterman Steamship Appoints George Hearn As Senior Vice President

The appointment of George H.

Hearn as senior vice president, conference and regulatory affairs, was announced recently by Edward P. Walsh, president of Waterman Steamship Corporation.

Mr. Hearn is a former commissioner and vice chairman of the Federal Maritime Commission.

Prior to joining Waterman, Mr.

Hearn was counsel to the admiralty law firm of Hill, Rivkins, Carey, Loesberg and O'Brien of New York, N.Y., representing shipowners, shippers, foreign freight forwarders, and N.V.O.- C.C.'s. Mr. Hearn has specialized in admiralty law since 1954.

Mr. Hearn received his bachelor of arts degree from St. Francis College and his law degree from St. Johns University, both of New York. During World War II, he enlisted in the Navy, serving in the Pacific Theatre aboard the U.S.S. Iowa. Prior to his 14- year service in Washington he was associated with the law firm of Haight, Gardner, Poor and Havens from 1954 to 1961.

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