NWF Elects New Officers, Trustees

Friday, October 26, 2007
The National Waterways Foundation elected new officers and trustees at its recent meeting on October 3, 2007 in Houston, TX. Newly elected Foundation officers are Peter Stephaich, Chairman, Campbell Transportation Co., Chairman, succeeding Joe Pyne, President/CEO, Kirby Corporation, and Terry Becker, President, Riverway Co., Treasurer. R. Barry Palmer, WCI, President and CEO, was re-elected as Secretary. Re-elected as Foundation trustees were Craig E. Philip, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ingram Barge Company; H. Merritt Lane, III, President and Chief Executive Officer, Canal Barge Company; Howard H. Brent, Peter Stephaich and R. Barry Palmer. Changes to Board of Trustees include the election of David Rider, Executive Director, Seamen’s Church Institute (New York, NY), who succeeded the now-retired Dr. Jean Smith; and C. Jake Haulk, President, Allegheny Institute for Public Policy. Mr. Robert Guthans has left the Board. Other trustees include: Joe Pyne, President/CEO, Kirby Corporation; Teri Goodmann, Development Director, Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium (Dubuque, IA); Charles Jones, Chairman of the Board, Amherst/Madison Coal & Supply Company (Charleston, WV); Harry N. Cook, President Emeritus, National Waterways Conference, Inc.; Michael C. Hagan; Berdon Lawrence, Chairman, Kirby Corporation; Robert Nichol, President, Moffatt & Nichol; and H. Nelson Spencer, III, Publisher, The Waterways Journal

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