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Featured People — July 2012 Issue


Kozak

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Garry Kozak in May joined EdgeTech (West Wareham, Massachusetts) as senior customer service engineer. He has more than 35 years of experience with sonar platforms and underwater technology.

Global Diving & Salvage Inc. (Seattle, Washington) in March promoted Ben Daily to dive operations manager for the Alaska region. With more than 10 years in the commercial diving industry, Daily has been with Global since 2004.

Kevin McCarthy became the chief operating officer of Seabed Technologies (East Falmouth, Massachusetts), a Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution spin-off founded to commercialize institute-developed technologies, in January. McCarthy departed in 2010 from his role of vice president of marketing at Hydroid Inc., where he worked for nine years.

Channel Technology Group (Santa Barbara, California) hired in May Gary Douville as its vice-president of manufacturing operations. He will be responsible for manufacturing, procurement, planning and materials management, and quality.

James R. McFarlane, founder and president of International Submarine Engineering Ltd. (Port Coquitlam, Canada), received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in April. The medal was presented to McFarlane in recognition of his work in undersea robotics.

Roderick A. Larson in May became senior vice president and chief operating officer of Oceaneering International Inc. (Houston, Texas). Larson has had more than 20 years of oilfield service business experience with Baker Hughes Inc., initially as a field engineer for Baker Atlas.

Kvichak Marine Industries (Seattle, Washington) in May appointed Kevin Kirby as its proposal manager. Kirby has been with Kvichak for more than two years as a project lead engineer. He was previously with SAFE Boats International.

Imtech Marine (Rotterdam, Netherlands) in May added two area sales managers to Radio Holland USA: Mike Pizer and John Schwiering. Pizer, with more than 20 years of marine electronics experience, will serve the Central Gulf Coast. Schwiering most recently worked with L3/GA International.

Gerry Watt was appointed in May as WFS Technologies (West Lothian, Scotland) general manager for operations in Livingston, Scotland, and Belfast, Ireland. Watt was previously CEO of Electronics Scotland.

Simon Richardson in March became operations manager for diesel engineering specialists at Royston Ltd. (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England). Richardson will manage customer support and deployment of engineering teams.


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