Navy League Honors Prominent Leaders

Press Release
Thursday, April 11, 2013

America's Navy League to honor prominent industry, navy, city and financial leaders at their 111th New York City annual dinner.

The following individuals are to be honored by the Navy League  formed 111 years ago in New York City with the encouragement of President Theodore Roosevelt).

Daniel F. Akerson , chairman and chief executive officer, General Motors Company
Admiral William E. Gortney , U.S. Navy, Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command 

Honorable Raymond W. Kelly , Commissioner, New York City Police Department 

Joan E. Donovan , Vice President, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

"We are extremely pleased to recognize these individuals," stated Rear Admiral J. Robert Lunney , NYNM (Ret.) president of the New York Council. "They represent the finest qualities of leadership, and have significantly contributed to the nation and the nation's sea services," he added.
 
The black-tie dinner is on Thursday, April 18th, 2013, at the Waldorf Astoria New York.

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