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Vol. 15, No. 38 Week of September 19, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: ASRC board announces new leadership

Arctic Slope Regional Corp. said its board of directors selected the following officers at a July 7 meeting: Jacob Adams, chairman; George Sielak, vice president; Rex Rock Sr., president; Patsy Aamodt, first vice president; George Kaleak Sr., second vice president; Raymond Paneak, third vice president; Crawford Patkotak, treasurer; Mary Ellen Ahmoagak, corporate secretary; and Barbara Morgan, assistant corporate secretary. Incoming Chairman Jacob Adams has served ASRC for more than 30 years, 20 years as its president, guiding the company from its modest beginnings to become Alaska’s largest privately owned corporation. Rock is ASRC’s first director from a village outside of Barrow to be elected as its president and replaces Roberta Quintavell, who successfully positioned the company to achieve the goals established through the five-year strategic plan. “I look forward to building upon the success created under leadership of Bobbi Quintavell,” said Rock.



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