Raymond Lord Named President of Donjon-Smit

press release
Thursday, November 03, 2011
Raymond Lord, President, Donjon-SMIT, LLC

Raymond Lord has been named President of Donjon-SMIT, LLC, effective November 8.   
 
 

A native of Houston, Texas, Mr. Lord has more than 30 years of experience within the marine salvage industry, most recently serving as Vice President and Operations Manager for SMIT Americas in Houston. “We are very happy to welcome Raymond Lord to Donjon-SMIT,” said John A. Witte, Jr., Director, Donjon-SMIT.  “We look forward to a long and productive future with him at the helm,” Douglas Martin, Director, Donjon-SMIT, added.

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