Lamorte Burns & Co. Announce New Hires

Thursday, October 25, 2007
Lamorte Burns & Co., Inc., the category-leading U.S. firm which represents ship owners/operators, P&I clubs and USL&H clubs announced several key management additions and the retirement of one executive. Lisa A. Loeber has been promoted to Vice President, Richard Weeks to Vice President of West Coast Operations, and Wendy I. Wang, Kelly A. Walker and Charles A. Johnson to Assistant Vice Presidents, Harold J. Halpin, President and CEO of Lamorte Burns, indicated. Additionally, Halpin noted that long-time Vice President, John P. Schaffer, will retire from the firm after twenty-seven years of service, effective December 31, 2007.
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