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Kennedy Falkner Green Fenimore & Mayes ogy software development, force mea-

Graham, Chapman Crowley Awards surement systems and Starrett Special

Join NTSB Board Scholarships

Gage Department.

The National Transportation Safety Crowley Maritime Corp. presented

Board is set to welcome aboard Mi- 2019 Thomas B. Crowley Sr. Memo-

JAXPORT CEO chael Graham and Thomas Chapman rial Scholarships to two U.S. Mer- as its newest board members, bring- chant Marine Academy (USMMA)

Contract Extended

During the December meeting of the ing the board to its full complement students at the Containerization and

JAXPORT Board of Directors, the of ? ve members for the ? rst time Intermodal Institute’s Connie Awards

Board unanimously voted to extend since February 15, 2019. President luncheon in December. The scholar-

CEO Eric Green’s contract through Donald J. Trump nominated Graham ships were awarded to cadets William ? scal year 2024. The new ? ve-year and Chapman and the Senate voted Quigley, from Trumbull, Conn., and contract is effective Oct. 1, 2019. to con? rm them. Graham’s term as a William Scott, from Neptune Beach,

Green has been with JAXPORT since board member is through 2025, and Fla. Both are midshipman ? rst class 2005 and was named CEO in 2017. Chapman’s term runs through the studying maritime logistics and secu- end of 2023. rity. Two other cadets – Midshipmen

Carrson Pearce and Kevin Holmes –

Falkner Named GM, were also awarded scholarships but

CII Honors

Lowe Boats were serving at sea and unable to at-

Fenimore, Mayes

Lowe Boats named Greg Falkner as tend the industry luncheon.

general manager effective immedi- The Containerization & Intermodal ately. Falkner joins Brunswick from Institute (CII) presented the 2019

Blount Boats Joins

Harley-Davidson where he worked Connie Award yesterday to Bruce A.

Green Marine in a variety of leadership positions Fenimore, Chief Executive Of? cer since 2001. of Columbia Group, at its annual Blount Boats, Inc. becomes the eighth industry-wide luncheon. Sara Mayes, shipyard company to join Green Ma-

President and CEO of Gemini Ship- rine, a voluntary environmental pro-

Kennedy Elected pers Group, was the recipient of the gram for North America’s maritime

AIWA Chairman

BoatUS Manager of Government Lifetime Achievement Award. Feni- industry. The Green Marine environ- more is behind the growth and ex- mental certi? cation program addresses

Affairs David Kennedy was elected pansion of Columbia Group, which key environmental issues through 12 chairman of the Atlantic Intracoastal has earned a reputation as a leader performance indicators that include

Waterway Association (AIWA) at the in inland and feeder transport and greenhouse gases, air emissions, spill group’s recent annual meeting. equipment, primarily as it relates to prevention, waste management, envi- expanding its US-? ag barge ? eet. ronmental leadership, and community

Sara Mayes is an industry veteran impacts – some applicable to shipping with 50+ years in the business. activities, others to landside operations.

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