O'Neill to Head Vessel Operations at Ingram

Thursday, July 10, 2003
Ingram Marine Group, one of America's leading inland marine transportation companies, today announced the appointment of David O'Neill as Vice President of Operations for Ingram Barge Company. Ingram Barge Company's Operations hub is located in Paducah, Kentucky, and is the largest employer in the region. Mr. O'Neill will oversee all vessel operations in addition to Ingram Support Services, Ingram Towing and Emergency Response. He previously served as Vice President of Ingram Support Services and Emergency Response for Ingram Barge Company. He has over 20 years of experience in the transportation industry. He holds a Bachelor's degree in business management and numerous United States Coast Guard licenses and endorsements. He currently serves as a board member for the Paducah Economic Development Council, Chamber of Commerce, River Heritage Museum, President of the Paducah Marine Firefighting Coalition and serves on the National Business Advisory Council. In addition, O'Neill received the "Port Person of the Year" in 2002 for his industry contributions.
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