Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Chester, Pa., has announced that Joseph J. Kleschick was elected to the Sun Ship board of directors. Mr. Kleschick is Sun Ship's vice president-marketing.
Mr. Kleschick is a 1951 graduate of Villanova University with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree.
He served in various field engineering and sales engineering posts with General Electric from 1951 to 1972, with his last post being area sales manager for marine and defense industries.
He joined Sun Ship in September 1972 as marketing manager in the General Cargo Ship Product Group. In November 1974, he was named vice president of this Product Group, with responsibility for implementing Sun Ship's program for all high-speed vessels carrying primarily unitized cargo.
Mr. Kleschick served with the U.S. Army from 1954 to 1956. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, and the Port of Philadelphia Maritime Society.
Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Chester, Pa., has consolidated all its marketing activities into a single Marketing Department under Joseph J. Kleschick, vice president-marketing. This move brings together in one department all the marketing activities formerly associated with the shipyard's Gener
from William G. Kay Jr., executive vice president of the Sun Company; Samuel B. Nemirow, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime Affairs; and Joseph J. Kleschick, vice president of Sun Ship. The launching address was given by Sun Ship president Robert H. Campbell, and included a special tribute
COMSAT has announced that its board of directors has elected Irving Goldstein as chairman and chief executive officer, and Marcel Joseph as president and chief operating officer of the corporation, effective October 1 this year. Mr. Goldstein, who joined the company in 1966 and has been president of
Marcel P. Joseph has been elected executive vice president of Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT), Washington, D.C. He will report to COMSAT president Irving Goldstein, and will be responsible for the management and operations of all of COMSAT's business units. Mr. Joseph comes to COMSAT a
J. Conti, chairman of the board of Marine Transport Lines, has announced a number of promotions in the operations and financial staffs of the company. Joseph G. Drescher has been appointed vice president-operations. He has been with the company for 14 years, and was previously fleet director. Succeeding
Mrs. Geri M. Joseph, former U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands, has been elected to the board of directors of Twin City Barge, Inc., St. Paul, Minn., it was announced recently by John W. Lambert, chairman of the board. A life-long resident of the Twin Cities, before becoming Ambassador in 1978, Mrs.
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of Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc., and Lykes Lines Agency, Inc., have elected four new vice presidents, effective January 1, it was announced by Joseph T. Lykes Jr., chairman of the board of each of the companies. Newly elected were: Barton W.B. Jahncke, vice president, Sales and Marketing Division
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