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Can? eld Martin de Rubertis Smith Roth Brann

Obituary: Martin J. Can? eld team. Mayhall is a veteran of new con- for high performance. Roca was selected tions with the appointment of two new

July 22, 1956 – November 2, 2015 struction and ship repair sales and has for the award because of her remarkable managers in Asia. Alan Leung will take

Martin Jay “Marty” Can? eld, 59, of worked in increasingly responsible posi- team-building capabilities and leader- up the role of Regional Sales Manager in

Iola, Kansas, died Monday, November tions, overseeing blue water ship repair ship skills. The exclusive employee rec- Hong Kong to help with Nautisk’s busi- 2, 2015, at the Allen County Regional and new construction sales in the oil? eld ognition program was created in 1985 ness expansion in the region, with partic-

Hospital. Marty was born July 22, 1956, and passenger vessel markets as well as and only 60 of the company’s more ular focus on Hong Kong, the company in Independence, Missouri. He served in coordinating advertising and marketing. than 5,300 employees have received the said. Over the next 12-18 months, Leung the U.S. Navy for 11 years, and follow- award. will be tasked with growing Nautisk’s ing his time in the service, he traveled Roth Joins Signal business in Asia and driving sales activi- working at nuclear power plants before Signal International, LLC has named Danos Names Four Vice Presidents ties, while managing key accounts and becoming a ? eld service engineer for Ryan Roth, P.E. as vice president of sales Adding to its leadership team, oil? eld dealing directly with customers.

Boiler Controls. Marty was in the ma- and marketing for their Signal Ship Re- service provider Danos has promoted rine engine room automation industry pair division in Mobile, Alabama. Since James Callahan, Mark Danos, Stacey SCA Taps Brooks for more than 20 years servicing ships all joining the organization in August 2010, Gisclair and Reed Peré to executive roles Rear Admiral Jeff Brooks (Ret.) has over the world, working for G.R.Bowler, Roth has held several positions as engi- within the company. As vice president been named Senior Defense Advisor at

Inc. Marine & Industrial Controls, man- neering manager, estimating manager, of ? nance, James Callahan is respon- the Shipbuilders Council of America. aging its VA shop for 13 years. and director of business development for sible for overseeing the company’s do- He joined SCA in October and will fo-

Signal. He is a licensed professional en- mestic and international administration, cus on advocating, communicating and

Martin, Carlson Join Harley Marine gineer and holds a Bachelor of Science ? nance and accounting activities. Mark representing the ship repair industry to

Harley Marine Services announced that in Mechanical Engineering from Auburn Danos serves as vice president of proj- all stakeholders and to the U.S. Navy.

Don Martin has been named Vice Presi- University, as well as a Master of Busi- ect services, supervising the company’s Throughout his 38-year Navy career, Ad- dent and General Counsel and Steve ness Administration from the University project management, construction and miral Brooks served in key maintenance

Carlson has joined the company as Vice of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. fabrication divisions. Mark Danos is a assignments, culminating in promotion

President of Engineering. Prior to join- third-generation owner of the company to two-star ? ag rank and the Navy’s top ing Harley Marine, Martin was the Vice Brann Joins The Shearer Group and member of its board of directors. maintenance position as Fleet Mainte-

President and General Counsel for Delta The Shearer Group, Inc. (TSGI) has add- Stacy Gisclair brings over two decades nance Of? cer.

Western and Hawaii Petroleum. ed to its naval architecture, marine en- of human resources experience to her gineering and marine surveying practice. position as vice president of human re- Crowley Breaks Ground on de Rubertis Joins EBDG Harrison Brann joined TSGI in October sources. Vice President of Production $48.5 San Juan Terminal

EBDG recently announced the hire of of 2015 as a naval architect. Harrison Services Reed Peré is responsible for the Crowley Puerto Rico Services has bro-

Human Resources Generalist, Carolyn graduated with a bachelor’s degree in na- quality of work and adherence to safety ken ground on a $48.5-million construc- de Rubertis in its Seattle of? ce. De Ru- val architecture and marine engineering policies of the company’s global produc- tion project for a new pier at its Isla bertis brings more than 20 years of expe- from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and tion workforce. Grande Terminal in San Juan, Puerto rience to her role. State University. Prior to ABS, Harrison Rico. The project includes the develop- worked at ICI Services Corporation as Baksht Succeeds Swent as Ensco CFO ment of a new 900-foot-long, 114-foot-

Smith to Lead OMSA an associate naval architect working on Ensco plc has named Jon Baksht the wide concrete pier and all associated

The Offshore Marine Services Asso- systems design and integration for vari- company’s new chief ? nancial of? cer dredging to accommodate Crowley’s ciation (OMSA) announced the ap- ous marine projects. based in London, succeeding Jay Swent, new lique? ed natural gas (LNG)-pow- pointment of Aaron Smith as President who will retire at year end. Baksht was ered, Commitment Class ships. In all, and Chief Executive Of? cer. Smith’s Crowley Honors Ridge, Roca most recently vice president - ? nance af- Crowley is investing about $500 million appointment follows the resignation In two recent ceremonies, Crowley ter joining Ensco as vice president - trea- in its Puerto Rico. The ? rm has served of Ben Billings, who led OMSA since Maritime Corporation awarded two em- surer. His professional career includes the Puerto Rico market since 1954, lon- 2013. Smith was instrumental in the de- ployees with the ? rm’s highest honor, experience in investment banking and ger than any other carrier in the trade.

velopment of OSVDPA, a dynamic po- the 2014 Thomas Crowley Award. David consulting. Baksht has an MBA from sitioning certi? cation authority for the Ridge, director, marine operations, was the Kellogg School of Management at MAN D&T Acquires Cryo’s Marine

OSV industry. Prior to that, he served presented with the award at the com- Northwestern University and a BS in Fuel & Bunkering Business in Washington, D.C. as Deputy Chief of pany’s Anchorage, Alaska, of? ce. Kyra electrical engineering from the Univer- Fuel gas supply specialist further en-

Staff to Congressman Jeff Landry. Roca, vice president, customer care, was sity of Texas. hances MAN Group’s system scope of- presented with the award at the compa- fering in marine LNG propulsion

Mayhall Joins Bollinger ny’s Jacksonville, Fla., of? ce. Ridge, a Leung Joins Nautisk in Asia Cut MAN-1: (MR November)

Bollinger Shipyards has added Joe May- 30-year Crowley employee, was selected Nautisk said it is strengthening its pres- MAN-Chief Dr. Uwe Lauber: ”We now hall to its corporate sales and marketing for the award because of his reputation ence across one of its core global loca- have one of Europe’s most advanced 70 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • DECEMBER 2015

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