J.J. Henry Announces Key Executive Appointments

Joseph J. Cuneo, chairman and chief executive officer of the J.J.

Henry Co., Inc., a firm of Naval Architects, Marine Engineers and Marine Consultants, has announced the appointment of Gregory J.

Masaitis, David F. McMullen and Charles H. Gross Jr., to senior management positions.

Mr. Masaitis has joined the company as executive vice president with an initial assignment as general manager of the Moorestown Division.

A graduate of Webb Institute of Naval Architecture with an MBA from Long Island University, his career path has provided comprehensive experience in ship design, construction and operation.

Mr. McMullen has been promoted to senior vice president and will be responsible for new business development, cultivating and maintaining client relationships, marketing, and contractual matters with special emphasis on the firm's direct government marketing efforts, and the establishment of an office in Crystal City, Arlington, Va., to support government activities in the Washington area. He attended Pennsylvania University and the Carnegie Mellon University Graduate School of Industrial Administration.

He began his career at the J.J. Henry Co., Inc., in 1956, upon release from active duty in the U.S.


Mr. Gross has been promoted to senior vice president and will continue to be responsible for all management and marketing activities of the firm's New York Design Division.

A graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y., with a master's degree from Stevens Institute of Technology, Mr. Gross has spent 21 years with the company's New York office.

Founded in 1946, the J.J. Henry Co., Inc., is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Offices are maintained in New York, N.Y.; Moorestown, N.J.; Washington, D.C.; Sturgeon Bay, Wise.; and Cohasset, Mass.

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