O f f s h o r e M a r i n e Service Association Elects N e w Board M e m b e rs

The Offshore Marine Service Association (OMSA) reelected five members to its board of directors and elected two new members to the board at the group's recent quarterly meeting in New Orleans, La.

Reelected board members for two-years terms are: Gilbert Cheramie, Gilbert Cheramie Boats, Inc. Golden Meadow, La.; Charles Burrell, Leevac Marine Transportation, Morgan City, La.; Jody Powers, Otis Engineering Corp., New Orleans; and Ken Waldorf, Zapata Gulf Marine Corp., Houston.

The two new board members are Brandt Dufrene, Oceanic Fleet, Inc. Boutte, La. and Mark Kury, McDonough Marine Service, Inc.

New Orleans.

OMSA officer activity includes the renomination of Ken Waldorf as chairman, the election of Richard Currence, Tidewater, Inc.

New Orleans as vice-chairman, and the reelection of Charles Burrell as secretary-treasurer.

The announcement was made by Capt. W i l l i am Mayberry, OMSA's executive director, who said that the national trade association recently moved its headquarters to suite 1709, 1440 Canal St., New Orleans, La. OMSA promotes the goals and interests of companies providing support to all phases of the offshore oil, mineral, construction, and pipelaying industries.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 62,  Dec 1987 Washington

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