Brunswick Joins Houston Marine Training Services

Friday, February 01, 2002
Steve Brunswick has joined Houston Marine Training Services as general manager. As general manager, Brunswick is responsible for directing product development, sales, marketing, training, delivery and operations for the New Orleans, La., based organization. For the last two years, Brunswick held positions as director of marine transportation and human resources for Daufuskie Island Club & Resort in South Carolina. During a twelve-year career at Midland Enterprises, he functioned as training coordinator, training manager and port captain. He began his marine experience when employed by Harcon Barge where he spent five years as a mate.

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