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52 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News ? MARCH 2013 NEWSPEOPLE & COMPANIES Obituary: Arthur Everett Lyman Arthur Everett Lyman passed away on Sunday, February 3, 2013, in Leominster, MA. Lyman was born in Vulcan, Alberta on February 27, 1921. Ly- man graduated from the United States Merchant Marine Academy (Kings Point) in 1943. During WWII he served as an engineer on numerous merchant ships that provided supplies to both the European and PaciÞ c theatres. Post-war he continued to sail, and he obtained his chief engi-neer?s license before beginning his long career as a salesman in the marine industry. He lived in Ar- dsley, NY, for 45 years until he retired from Uni- tor Corp. in 1998, and moved to Leominster, MA. Arntzen Resigns, Johnston Takes Over at OSG Morten Arntzen resigned as President and CEO and as a director of Overseas Shipholding Group. OSG appointed Captain Robert Johnston as Presi-dent and CEO. Captain Johnston was previously the Senior Vice President and Head of U.S. Flag Strategic Business Unit. Buckley McAllister Takes the Helm McAllister Towing announced that Buckley McAllister was promoted to the position of Presi-dent. Captain Brian A. McAllister, President of the company since 1984, will remain as Chair- man. Buckley McAllister joined McAllister Tow- ing in 1998 and has served as the company?s Vice President and General Counsel since that time. Prior to joining McAllister Towing, Buckley was an Associate at Hill, Betts and Nash LLP. Buck- ley is a member of the Þ fth generation of the McAllister family that has owned and operated McAllister Towing since 1864. Captain Brian A. McAllister has been working at McAllister Tow- ing since 1959. Along with other members of the 4th generation, Brian purchased McAllister Tow- ing from the third generation in 1974. He became sole owner in 1998.Kraemer Named CEO Klüber Lubrication North America L.P. Kl(ber Lubrication appointed Ralf Kraemer as CEO, a role assumed from Dieter A. Becker who returns to Klüber?s global headquarters in Mu- nich, Germany, after leading the North American operations for nearly three years. Kraemer holds a degree in industrial engineering and management from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and an MBA from the Isenberg School of Management from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Streeter Retires, Kneen New President, CEO GulfMark Offshore, Inc. said that Bruce Streeter has retired from the company as an ofÞ cer and director after leading the company as president and CEO for 23 years, since its inception. In that span the company grew from 11 ships to its cur- rent ß eet of 70. Quintin Kneen, the CFO, assumes the additional role of President and CEO. David Rosenwasser was named as the Senior Executive Vice President and COO. Caroll Joins Harvey Gulf; Orders Two New OSVs Harvey Gulf International Marine, LLC said that Mike Carroll will be joining the organization in March in the position of Senior Vice President of New Construction and Special Projects based in Houston. Carroll has more than 15 years of expe-rience in the Þ eld of Naval Architecture and ship construction and will be responsible for oversee-ing Harvey Gulf?s new construction programs. Harvey Gulf also announced that it has secured plans to build two U.S Flag, Jones-act compliant offshore construction vessels. The vessels will be 328 ft. (100m) and 360 ft. (110m) in length overall. Both vessels will be diesel electric and equipped with 250T AHC knuckle-boom sub-sea cranes, work-class ROVs and in excess of 100 persons on board suitable for both domestic and international deepwater operations.Jessup Joins Rapp Hydema US - Rapp Hydra Pro The U.S. divisions of Norway?s Rapp Marine Group added Mark Jessup to assume responsibili-ties in Marketing and Sales Support for both Rapp Hydema US and Rapp Hydra Pro. Dometic Announces Global Reorganization Formerly President of Dometic Marine, Frank Marciano has been appointed President of Domet-ic Americas for all divisions after Dometic Group announced a global reorganization and restructur- ing. Dometic Group will consolidate its market focus to three large geographical regions: EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), Asia Paci Þ c (including Australia and China) and the Americas (North and South America). In the Americas, the Marine division headquarters will continue to op-erate from Pompano Beach. Doug Curtis, former Vice President of Marine Division Marketing, will take on a larger role as Vice President Ameri- cas Marketing, coordinating all marketing activi-ties for the Marine, RV, Commercial and Passen- ger Vehicles, Aftermarket, Retail Merchandising, and Lodging divisions. Duncan Joins McDermott as VP, GM of Subsea McDermott International said that Tony Duncan will join the company as Vice President and Gen- R: McAllisterKraemerL: JohnstonMarciano Caroll MR #3 (50-58).indd 52MR #3 (50-58).indd 522/26/2013 4:41:12 PM2/26/2013 4:41:12 PM

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