Heidmar CEO Marc La Monte Passes Away

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Monday, October 14, 2013
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Marc La Monte -  1963-2013

 

Heidmar reported the unexpected passing of Marc La Monte of Wilton, Connecticut.

Mr. La Monte passed away while on a business flight in Europe on the morning of October 14th.

La Monte was a widely respected member of the international shipping industry for 27 years.  He served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Heidmar Inc. from April 2012. Prior to becoming CEO, La Montehad been the Managing Director of Heidmar’s VLCC tanker pool, Seawolf Tankers. Before joining Heidmar,

La Monte spent 16 years at Overseas Shipping Group in various positions, including vice president of OSG’s LNG tanker business. He was an associate member of the Association of Ship Brokers and Agents (USA), Inc.

Marc is survived by his wife and three children, family and friends.

Funeral arrangements are yet to be determined.

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