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Leadership Changes at TOTE Maritime

Michael Noone (left) will become President of TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico and Grace Greene (right) will assume the role of President at TOTE Maritime Alaska (Photos: TOTE)

Today TOTE announced leadership changes within its TOTE Maritime division. Michael Noone, currently President of TOTE Maritime Alaska will transition and become President at TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico. Grace Greene, currently Vice President and General Manager at TOTE Maritime Alaska has been promoted to President and will take over for Noone.

These transitions are the first changes within the TOTE organization following the announcement that Tim Nolan will take over as President and CEO following the retirement of Anthony Chiarello later this summer.

Noone has more than 30 years of experience in the maritime industry and has been with TOTE Maritime Alaska since 2013. He will officially step into his role on September 4.

Greene has worked for TOTE Maritime since 2014 and served in the U.S. Marine Corps as a helicopter pilot and Aircraft Commander. Greene will assume the role of President for TOTE Maritime Alaska on August 6.

Jun 12, 2018

 

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