Goodwin And Ritchie Named Vice Presidents By Cleveland Tankers

Clinton F. Goodwin has been named executive vice president, and David J. Ritchie has been named vice president for chartering of Cleveland Tankers, Inc., according to G. Ward Disbrow, vice president of marine transportation for Ashland Petroleum Company, its parent firm.

Mr. Goodwin, who reports to Carl H . Stuber, president of Cleveland Tankers, is responsible for the administration and operations of the company, which transports petroleum products on the Great Lakes.

A native of Chattanooga, Tenn., Mr. Goodwin is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame. He most recently served as an executive assistant to the management of Cleveland Tankers, and earlier held marketing and administrative posts with Ashland Petroleum Company. He will remain in Cleveland, Ohio, in his new post.

Mr. Ritchie is responsible for sales, chartering, and the scheduling of all Cleveland Tankers' vessel movements. A Cleveland native, Mr. Ritchie attended Cleveland State University. He joined the company in 1969 as a scheduling manager and was named charter manager in 1976.

He reports to Mr. Stuber, and will remain in Cleveland in his new post.

Ashland Petroleum Company is the largest operating division of Ashland Oil, Inc.

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