Richard J. Daschbach of Walpole, N.H., and Great Falls, Va., was sworn in as Chairman of the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) August 29 in a public ceremony at Commission headquarters in Washington, D.C. The Honorable Norma Holloway Johnson, a judge of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and former law school classmate of the new Chairman, administered the oath of office.
Mr. Daschbach was nominated by President Carter to the Commission on July 27, and confirmed by the Senate on August 2. The President designated Mr. Daschbach to succeed Karl E. Bakke as Chairman of FMC on August 5.
A graduate of Georgetown University and Georgetown University Law Center, Mr. Daschbach has served since 1969 as Maritime Counsel to the Senate Committee on Commerce. Immediately prior to his work for the Commerce Committee, Mr. Daschbach was an OEO Legal Services attorney in Keene, N.H. He previously worked for the Department of Commerce's Area Redevelopment Administration and the Economic Redevelopment Administration.
In addition, Mr. Daschbach served as Legislative and Research Assistant to United States Senator Russell B. Long (D-La.).
joined Marsh & McLennan in 1962, was appointed an assistant vice president in 1966 and elected a vice president in 1969. He is a graduate of Georgetown University. Mr. Pesquie joined Marsh & McLennan in 1960, and was elected a vice president in 1969. He is a lifelong resident of New Orleans
March 15. Mr. Sheehan, formerly associated with the law firm of Kirlin, Campbell, and Keating of New York, holds a BSBA degree in finance from Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., and a J.D. degree from Fordham University, New York. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the New
(ABSCOMP). His office is located at the ABS headquarters, 45 Broad Street, New York, N.Y. 10004. Mr. Sheehan holds a B.S.B.A. degree in finance from Georgetown University and a J.D. degree from Fordham University School of Law. He was formerly associated with Kirlin, Campbell, and Keating, the law firm
Watt. Edmond Moran came to the company from States Marine Lines in 1971 to work in the sales department at the New York office. A graduate of Georgetown University, he was appointed vice president of Florida Towing Company in Jacksonville when that firm was acquired by Moran in 1976. He returned to
several steamship companies in various positions, both ashore and aboard ocean liners. He graduated from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, and Georgetown University. Mr. Fuller, who had been special assistant to the chairman in New York City, has been named vice president-Finance. Mr. Fuller is a graduate
in New York Harbor in 1864. Mr. McAllister, who joined the family company in 1936 and retired in 1974, was born in Brooklyn and graduated from Georgetown University and Fordham Law School. Before joining the company he was a partner in the law firm of Dow & McAllister. He was a former director of the
, Mr. Moran directed Moran Maritime Services, Inc. to a new business development office located in Houston, Texas. Mr. Moran graduated from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. in 1967, completed studies in its Graduate School of Foreign Service the following year and joined the corporate planning d
enlisted in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War and was discharged a 1st Lieutenant in 1953. Congressman Bateman earned his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1956. Following a clerkship with the United States Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C.. he joined a Newport News law
Shipping Corporation (WISCO) in Port of Spain, Trinidad. A n a t i v e of Grenada, Mr. Malins-Smith joined the Caribbean Community Secretariat in Georgetown, Guyana, in 1970 as a research assistant (shipping), and was promoted to senior economist by 1976. He was appointed general manager of West Indies Sh
maintain executive offices at Mobile, with other offices in New Orleans, La., Gulfport and Pascagoula, Miss., Pensacola and Panama City, F-la., and Georgetown, S.C. Container Services International, Southern Steamship Agency, and Southern Marine Services, Inc., all former subsidiaries of Ryan, become subsid
officer and as a civil servant in the Office of Marine Safety, Security, and Environmental Protection. After gaining a Master’s degree from Georgetown University, he joined the American Petroleum Institute, representing companies involved in the energy and marine transportation industries, during which
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