Warner Promoted at Crowley Logistics

Wednesday, October 30, 2002
Dan Warner has been promoted to Director of Finance for Crowley Logistics with responsibility for the direction, interpretation and administration of the company's accounting, budgeting and forecasting, contract administration, planning, reporting and regulatory compliance requirements. Warner began his career with Crowley in November 2001 as a Senior Analyst for the corporate planning group where he worked until his current promotion to Director of Finance. Warner will remain domiciled in Jacksonville, Fla., and will report to John Hourihan, Crowley Logistics' Senior Vice President and General Manager. Warner brings over six years of finance experience to the company including four years as the Vice President of Finance for Citigroup in New York. He has a Bachelors degree from Northwestern University and a Masters degree from Cornell University. "I look forward to the positive impact Warner will have as he works with the logistics team," said Hourihan. "The experience he brings will be invaluable as we continue to grow the division."
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