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Benzie Nguyen-Bull Tirpak

Abeyta Walsh

Bull came to Foss from parent company ties and relationships that enhance the the proposal of Philippe Berterottière, Federal Service Academies. She was

Saltchuk, where she served as Associate MTN client community, particularly in chairman of the board and CEO. also honored by the ECAC as the 1998

General Counsel and Compliance Of? - the large yacht segment. Most recently, Jostens Female Administrator of the cer. Nguyen-Bull graduated from Har- he was vice president of business de- Teekay Veteran Glendinning to Retire Year. A funeral service was held in Oc- vard University magna cum laude and velopment and sales for Rybovich. He Long-time Teekay leader David Glendin- tober at the Mariners’ Memorial Chapel from Yale Law School. maintains both USCG 1600 and MCA ning, president of Teekay Gas Services, on the campus of the United States Mer- 3000 GRT licenses, and is a graduate of will retire December 17, 2015, after more chant Marine Academy.

Foss Maritime Opens Houston Of? ce SUNY Cortland. than 28 years at Teekay. Stepping up to

Foss has opened a new of? ce to support replace Glendinning is Mark Kremin, Crowley Scholarships for University its customer base in Texas, as well as the Cordero Recon? rmed at FMC currently vice president in the same di- of Alaska Fairbanks Students formation of a new project management Mario Cordero was recon? rmed as a vision, Teekay Corporation announced. group. John Tirpak will lead the Hous- U.S. Federal Maritime Commissioner. Kremin recently took over reporting line ton of? ce as Vice President of Business Cordero joined the Federal Maritime accountability for the Teekay gas opera-

Development & Contract Services. Mike Commission (FMC) as a Commissioner tions team, and will complete the full

Lauer of Foss has been appointed Di- on June 3, 2011, having been nominated handover of leadership accountabilities rector of Marine Transportation Project by President Barack Obama on Septem- on Glendinning’s retirement date.

Services and will be leading the project ber 17, 2010, and con? rmed by the Sen- management unit. This group is com- ate on April 14, 2011. President Obama USMMA Mourns Passing of prised of project management and global designated Mario Cordero Chairman of Sue Petersen Lubow logistics specialists focused on analyzing the Federal Maritime Commission on The United States Merchant Marine and ? nding solutions for the transporta- April 1, 2013. Academy has lost a beloved, long-time Crowley Maritime Corporation has tion activities of Foss. Both Tirpak and member of the USMMA family, for- awarded Crowley Scholarships to four

Lauer are long-time Foss employees. Burdeau Appointed COO of GTT mer Athletic Director Susan “Sue” Pe- University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF)

GTT, a designer of membrane contain- tersen Lubow. Petersen Lubow started students, Allyson Wukovich, Isaac Pea-

Whitehouse Named Business ment systems for the maritime trans- her Kings Point career 36 years ago as a cock, Ashley Johnson and Gabriel Smith.

Development for Yacht Services, MTN portation and storage of LNG lique? ed physical education instructor, and quick- Chosen for their academic achievements

George Whitehouse has been named di- natural gas (LNG), announced that its ly rose through the ranks and earned and meeting other scholarship criteria, rector of business development at Yacht board of directors met on October 14 and an appointment as Athletic Director in each received $2,500 toward tuition

Services, MTN. He will be responsible appointed Julien Burdeau as chief oper- 1989. This marked the ? rst time that a from Crowley. Preferences for Crowley- for creating new business opportuni- ating of? cer of the company, following female held that position at any of the funded UAF scholarships are given to 151

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