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Featured People — November 2014 Issue

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Kocack
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Campbell
During its annual meeting, the Marine Technology Society (Washington, D.C.) elected Ray Toll as president, Donna Kocak as president elect, Andrew (Andy) Clark as vice president of industry and technology and Erika Montague as vice president of publications.

Richard Campbell is now project manager at Aqueos Corp. (Broussard, Louisiana). Campbell has 18 years of subsea welding and construction experience. The company said Campbell’s appointment will allow a greater range of services to be offered to clients.

DeepOcean Group Holding B.V. (Haugesund, Norway) announced that Henk van den Ijssel and Peter van der Hak will join the company. Van den Ijssel has more than 25 years of experience in the offshore oil and gas industry, and van der Hak has worked more than 13 years with Fugro N.V.

Thomas McCudden has been appointed as Nautronix (Aberdeen, Scotland) global sales manager for NASNet and will be responsible for developing awareness and worldwide sales of NASNet positioning technology. Prior to joining Nautronix, McCudden gained experience within the oil and gas, telecommunications and finance industries.

Worldwide Telemedicine (Houma, Louisiana) Medical Director Dr. Thomas Falterman has been named the medical director at Occupational Medicine Services. He is active in many field-specific organizations and will maintain his role at Worldwide Telemedicine.

C & C Technologies Inc. (Lafayette, Louisiana) announced that Jill Rivette joined the geotechnical division as a senior geotechnical engineer. Rivette is a licensed professional engineer and has many years of experience in geotechnical engineering.

Decom North Sea (Aberdeen, Scotland) announced that Karen Seath joined the organization in the role of general manager. Seath has spent more than 20 years ensuring that collaboration, strategic development, and risk and regulatory management are top of the agenda. She has a background in academic research and consultancy.

Now appointed as chief executive officer of Well-Centric (Aberdeen, Scotland), Chris Mawtus has held a number of senior roles. Mawtus said the move marks the start of a period of transformation for the company. He has more than 30 years’ worth of industry knowledge.

Karen Lucas will take on the role of general manager and director and lead Vikoma’s (East Cowes, England) day-to-day operations alongside the Vikoma board. She is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

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