Moran Towing Appoints Three New Vice Presidents

Malcolm W. MacLeod, president and CEO of Moran Towing Corporation, recently announced the appointment of three new vice presidents of Moran Towing and Transportation Co., Inc., the New York operating subsidiary of the corporation.

The new vice presidents are Bruce D. Richards, chartering and contract administration, William P. Muller, operations, and David A. Beardsley, construction and repair.

Mr. Richards joined Moran while an undergraduate at St.

John's University, Long Island, N.Y. In his new position, he will market the Moran fleet of oil and dry bulk barges and oversee all contracts.

Mr. Muller started with the Moran organization in the New York sales department in 1977 and has been involved in labor relations, business development, project coordination and subsidiary management.

He will direct the New York tug and barge fleet, as well as overseeing the coastwise transportation of coal and oil. He succeeds Capt.

Russell G. McVay, who is now corporate vice president, environmental protection and safety.

In his new position as vice president, Mr. Beardsley will be in charge of repairs to Moran's tug and barge fleet and will oversee all newbuildings.

Mr. Beardsley succeeds Robert M. Loftus, who is retiring after a 29-year career. Succeeding Mr.

Beardsley as assistant manager of the construction and repair department will be Theodore Andreadis, a 1979 engineering graduate of Massachusetts Maritime Academy and former tugboat chief engineer.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 14,  Feb 1991

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