OMSA New Leadership: Hornbeck, Adams

Thursday, February 03, 2011
Offshore Marine Service Association (OMSA) announced a rotation of the association’s officers

Todd Hornbeck will succeed Otto Candies III as chairman of the Board, Robert Clemons will advance to Vice Chairman and Ben Bordelon will serve as Secretary and Treasurer.  Jim Adams, who had been working in his interim position since August, was named as the association’s President and CEO. 

“I want to thank Otto Candies, III for his remarkable leadership through a very challenging time for OMSA.  He served the membership well and we will continue to rely on his counsel as he retains his seat as a member of the board of directors,” said Todd Hornbeck.   

“I am also pleased to be working with Jim Adams as the association’s new president. While filling the interim position, Jim demonstrated that he has the enthusiasm and talent needed to be able to lead our association forward” said Todd Hornbeck. 

“I am grateful to the OMSA Board for the opportunity they have provided to me and I look forward to delivering value to the association’s membership,” said Jim Adams.

Todd Hornbeck, CEO Hornbeck Offshore Operators, Inc.; Robert Clemons, Vice President and General Manager of the Americas Division SEACOR Marine, LLC; Ben Bordelon, Executive Vice President of Repair Bollinger Shipyards, Inc.   
 

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