William F. Cleary, long-time secretarytreasurer of The American Waterways Operators, Inc., has been honored by AWO's board of directors and Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-N.Y.) for his outstanding record with the Association. Mr. Cleary, who has been with AWO since 1952,
David Ballash, president and chief executive officer of Dillingham Maritime, recently announced a restructuring of several companies into a new operating unit, and the appointment of Tom Van Dawark as its executive vice president and chief operating officer.
Anthony J. McAllister Jr. was elected chairman of the New York Towboat and Harbor Carriers Association at its recent annual meeting. Mr. McAllister succeeds Robert W. Sanders, vice president, Turecamo Coastal & Harbor Towing Corporation. The
Tom Opatz, president of Pacific Towboat & Salvage, Seattle, announced recently that Ray Tsuneyoshi has been promoted to the new position of vice president and manager of marketing and planning for Pacific Towboat & Salvage. According to Mr. Opatz,
John P. Alban has been appointed to the staff of McAllister Brothers, Inc., New York, N.Y., as a manager in their Oil Transport Division. The announcement was made recently by Brian A. McAllister, vice president of the New Y o r k - b a s e d towing and transportation company.
Tim O'Leary, formerly with Foss Launch & Tug Co., has been promoted to manager, market development and research for Dillingham Maritime's Ocean Division, Seattle, Wash. According to Tom Van Dawark, president of the Dillingham Maritime Ocean Division, Mr.
A total restructuring of Dillingham Corporation's West Coast maritime transportation operations and the appointment of several key executives was announced recently by J. Joseph Casey, company president and chief executive officer. The restructuring includes the formation of Foss Maritime,
E. Whitney Olson has been named president of Willamette Tug & Barge Co., a major Portland, Ore.-based ship assist, general towing and barging, and oilbarging firm which operates in the Ports of Portland, and Vancouver, Wash. He also serves as
Nathaniel Robbins Jr. has been named president of the Grafton Boat Co., a company which was recently acquired by a group of Minneapolis investors. Grafton Boat Co. is a designer and builder of commercial and Government towboats and workboats. The