Crowley Appointed as VP at Inland Marine

Friday, March 14, 2003
Inland Marine Service, Hebron, KY has announced the appointment of Captain A. Steven Crowley as Vice President of Operations, where he will oversee management on all line haul boats and harbor boats. Crowley has been the director of Inland Training at the Seaman’s Church Institute for the last several years. Prior to joining Seaman’s Church, he held various staff positions at Ingram Barge Company including assistant vice president of operations, marine superintendent and manager of dry cargo operations. Steve will join the existing management team of Richard Maynard, vice president, Tim Gambrel, operations manager and David Hammond, Sr., executive vice president. He will report directly to David Hammond, Jr., president.
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