SeaArk Marine Appoints Two New Managers

SeaArk Marine, Inc. of Monticello, Ark., has announced two new members of the company's management staff, according to Robert Trammel, president of SeaArk.

James F. Mullen will assume the position of engineering manager.

He formerly worked as an engineer for Grumman Corporation, Aircraft Systems Division of Bethpage, N.Y. Prior to that, he was a design engineer at Gibbs and Cox Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, a design engineer at Wing Systems of Bayville, N.Y., and a marine engineer at the American Bureau of Shipping of New York.

Eddie C. Fisher Jr. will join the staff as chief estimator. His responsibilities will include all estimating and bidding activities, and the tracking of jobs through the construction process.

Mr. Fisher was formerly the owner of Fisher's Marine Brokers of Marrero, La., a marine brokerage firm, and the owner and president of Quality Fabricators, Inc. of Lafitte, La., an aluminum boatbuilding and repair facility. He has worked as the engineering department manager of Camcraft, Inc. of Crown Point, La., and technical section chief and engineering manager of Dynamic Shipbuilders, Inc. of Crown Point.

SeaArk Marine, formerly Mon- Ark Boat Company, is based in Monticello, Ark. The company builds customized all-purpose workboats including patrol boats, fireboats, survey vessels, personnel and passenger launches.

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