Industry Mourns a Loss

Tuesday, June 17, 2003
The maritime industry lost an innovator this weekend with the passing of Lester Rosenblatt, one of the founders of M. Rosenblatt & Sons. Mr. Rosenblatt was 83. Rosenblatt served as a past president of SNAME and was a recipient of various maritime distinctions and honors. M. Rosenblatt & Sons was founded in 1947 by Mandell and Lester Rosenblatt, and was acquired by AMSEC in 2000.
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