Guice Named VP of Rigdon Crew Boat Operations

Thursday, November 09, 2006
Houston, Texas-Larry T. Rigdon, President and CEO of Rigdon Marine Corporation, announced the appointment of Nathan T. Guice as Vice President for Crew Boat Operations and Business Development. Nathan was previously employed by Tidewater, Inc. for the last nine years in both domestic and international management positions, including Division Manager for all Gulf of Mexico crew boat operations. He also served two tours overseas in the Middle East and India markets. Guice earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Finance from Millsaps College, and a Masters of Business Administration from Tulane University. He will be base in the company’s St. Rose office.
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