O’Hern Joins Donjon Shipbuilding Team

Monday, March 07, 2011

Patrick J. O’Hern has joined Donjon Marine Co., Inc.’s Shipbuilding and Repair as a consultant. He brings more than 35 years of shipyard experience in the Great Lakes region to this position as a result of his longtime employment at Bay Shipbuilding Company located in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., where he last served as Vice President and General Manager.

 
“We are pleased to announce the addition of Pat O’Hern and we welcome his experience and history of success to the Donjon management team.  Under Pat's leadership, many vessels constructed within the Great Lakes were built specifically for a number of coastal markets, so his success in both fresh and salt water markets is noteworthy,"  said J. Arnold Witte, President and CEO, Donjon Marine Co., Inc.
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