Carroll And Tomlin Named Vice Presidents At National Marine's Shipyard Division
Robert E. Carroll has been promoted to hull group vice president, and Stephen L. Tomlin named engine group vice president for the Shipyard Division of National Marine Service Incorporated. The announcement was made by W.A. Creelman, president.
Mr. Carroll joined National Marine in 1968 after many years as a towboat pilot and captain. He has held the positions of general foreman, superintendent, manager operations, general manager, and vice president at the company's Hartford, 111., shipyard. He will have overall responsibility for hull repairs and associated activities throughout the Division.
Mr. Tomlin will have overall responsibility for all engine- and parts-related activities of the Division. Since joining National Marine in 1978 he has held the positions of assistant coordinator of planning, coordinator of planning, and most recently, vice president-administration of the Division.
Both of the new vice presidents will remain at the Shipyard Division offices in Hartford, where they report to Division president C.H. Walters. The company's shipyards in Hartford and Grafton, 111., and Harvey, La., offer full-service facilities for towboat and barge repairs. Its diesel engine repair services are widely recognized as among the best in the U.S.