RED BANK – Monmouth Boat Club’s incoming commodore and vice commodore know the club well.
Commodore-elect Skip Bugbee’s family joined MBC in the 1960s while Pat Corr’s family has been members since the 1950s. The two will lead a group of veteran and new flag officers and supervisors elected to manage the 133-year-old MBC for the coming year.
The incoming commodore, who lives in Middletown, has served as treasurer, 2nd rear commodore and vice commodore as well as grounds supervisor.
Corr, the incoming vice commodore who lives in Port Monmouth, has served as house supervisor and 2nd rear commodore and has been the responsible for maintaining the club hoists for many years. Corr’s dad also served as commodore.
Joining Bugbee and Corr as flag officers are Joe Cahill, moving from financial secretary to 1st rear commodore; Jackie Cattanach, moving from 3rd rear commodore to 2nd rear commodore; Keith Johnson, moving from 1st rear commodore to 3rd rear commodore; Taugh Lynch, moving from assistant financial secretary to fleet captain; Peter Richardson, returning for his third term as recording secretary; David Cheslow, moving from assistant treasurer to treasurer; Bob Kent, taking over as assistant treasurer; and Tom Bean, assuming the financial secretary post with Tim Unsinn as his assistant.
Supervisors for 2013 are: Bob Hill and Glenn Bloodgood, house; Randy Dickerson, floats; Bob Markoff, grounds; Grae Morrison, moorings; Eric McClathie, data administration; Renee Dasaro, junior program; Denis Farley, adult sailing; Jules Borrus, insurance; Dot Lucyk and Karen Gerstenmeir, social and Art Petrosemolo, web.
New terms begin Jan. 1.
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