Charles Lehman Elected ACBL Vice President
Charles F. Lehman has been elected a vice president of American Commercial Barge Line Company, according to an announcement made at ACBL's general offices in Jeffersonville, Indiana.
Mr. Lehman previously served as director of public affairs for the barge line, and he will continue his responsibility in the area of public affairs and governmental relations in his position as vice president.
Mr. Lehman joined ACBL in 1955, serving first as pilot and master on the company's towboats.
He was made barge maintenance superintendent in 1966, and in 1977 was named director of public affairs.
A native of Chicago, Mr.
Lehman resides with his wife and daughter in Prospect, Ky.
ACBL is the principal operating company in the Inland Waterways Services Division of Texas Gas, which also has other major interests in gas transmission services, oil and gas exploration and production, general commodities trucking, the transport of new automobiles and trucks, and shipbuilding activities.
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