Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Announces Major Reorganization

Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company recently announced a major internal reorganization designed to position the company's marketing, contract administration, and customer service capabilities in line with current market conditions and future demands.

Details of the reorganization were announced by David C. Crawford, executive vice president, Marathon Manufacturing Company, and chairman, Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company.

As part of this realignment of key personnel and their responsibilities, Carl A. Wendenburg has become president of Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company.

Kenneth J. Farmer, his predecessor and an employee for 28 years, will continue active association with Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company as a consultant.

Mr. Wendenburg's most recent assignment with Marathon was as manager of engineering, Marathon Marine Engineering Company.

In the area of contract administration, Clifford E. Hart, who has served as Contract Manager, has been named vice president—Contracts, Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company.

David E. Rogers has been appointed to a position within Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company where his primary responsibilities will be in the areas of customer contact and sales. Prior to this appointment, Mr. Rogers served as project manager with Marathon Marine Engineering Company.

Mr. Crawford also announced as part of the reorganization that James L. Fox, Jr., who after 38 years of service to Marathon and recently a vice president of Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Com- pany, has assumed the role of consultant to the company.

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