GulfMark Offshore Elects Two New Board Members

Marinelink.com
Thursday, September 19, 2013

GulfMark Offshore, Inc. (NYSE:GLF) has announced the election of Steven W. Kohlhagen and Charles K. Valutas to its Board of Directors for terms expiring in June 2014.
 

Steven W. Kohlhagen is a retired financial executive who brings to the Board expertise in financial accounting, finance and risk management through his extensive experience in, and knowledge of, the financial, securities and foreign exchange markets. He has held various positions in the private sector, including investment banking, asset management, and most recently as a consultant with AMETEK, Inc. He currently serves on the Board of Directors, the Business and Risk Committee and the Compensation Committee of Freddie Mac. He also serves on the Boards of Directors for Abtech Holdings, Inc., Reval Inc. and AMETEK, Inc., the Advisory Board of Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research at Stanford University, the Board of Advisors at Roper St. Francis Cancer Center and the Front Office Advisory Board at Bloomberg Sports.


Charles K. Valutas has over 30 years' experience in the energy business. From 1979 – 2008, Mr. Valutas held various positions with Sunoco Inc., a large publicly held oil company, holding the positions of Sales and Product Manager, Vice President and General Manager, and most recently retiring as Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer. Mr. Valutas serves as a Board member for the Philadelphia Orchestra, Drexel University, Drexel University College of Medicine, and the Chemical Heritage Foundation. Prior to his experience with Sunoco Inc., Mr. Valutas worked as a Certified Public Accountant for Arthur Andersen and Co.  


Concurrent with the election of the new directors, the GulfMark Board of Directors elected to make changes in the composition of its established committees. The Compensation Committee now consists of Mr. David J. Butters (Chairman), Mr. Sheldon S. Gordon, Mr. Kohlhagen and Mr. Valutas. Mr. Kohlhagen and Mr. Valutas are new to this committee and Mr. Peter I. Bijur and Mr. Rex C. Ross rotated off this committee. The Audit Committee now consists of Mr. Brian R. Ford (Chairman), Mr. Bijur, Mr. Gordon, Mr. Ross and Mr. Kohlhagen.   In addition to Mr. Kohlhagen, Mr. Ross is new to this committee. The Governance & Nominating Committee now consists of Mr. Bijur (Chairman), Mr. Ross, Mr. Ford, and Mr. Valutas. Mr. Gordon rotated off this committee and, along with Mr. Valutas, Mr. Ford is new to this committee.




 

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