Crescent Towing Captains Honored

Thursday, July 13, 2006
Crescent Towing/New Orleans captains received Citations of Merit awards on July 12 at the NOLA Port Safety Consul meeting. USCG Commanding Officer and Captain of the Port of New Orleans, Capt. Frank M. Paskewich, presented the award. The Crescent Towing Captains were recognized by the COTP because of the professional efforts put forth in face of Hurricane Katrina's fury. Award recipients include: Capt Arnona, Capt. Breaux, Capt. Cain, Capt. Cascio, Capt. Domangue, Capt. Doyle, Capt. Ferniz, Capt. Jones, Capt. Murley, Capt. Schmitt, Capt. Schwartz, Capt. Sylvester, Capt. Trosclair, Capt. Wright
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