Three elected as directors of the Alaska Support Industry Alliance

Posted on October 24, 2013 

 Three Alaskan business leaders have been elected to three-year terms as  directors of the Alaska Support Industry Alliance and four others were elected to second terms at the Alaska Support Industry Alliance’s Annual Meeting and Board Elections recently in Anchorage. New directors are: Pattey Parker of Baker Hughes Inc.; Patrick Walsh, past director of the Alliance and senior vice president at Peak Oilfield Service Co.; Frank Weiss, also a past director of the Alliance,  with Arctic Slope Regional Corp. Energy Services. Re-elected to the Alliance’s 41-member board were:  Reed Christensen, Dowland-Bach Corp; Bob Dickson, Atkinson, Conway & Gagnon; Matt Melton, Alaska Chadux and Scott Stewart, Arctic Controls. The Alaska Support Industry Alliance, founded in 1979, is a trade organization representing nearly 500 member companies and 30,000 Alaskan workers. They advocate for the responsible exploration, development and production of Alaska’s oil, gas and mineral resources. 

 

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