Simoni New Vice National Commodore

Thursday, August 30, 2012

New National Vice Commodore Mark Simoni. Photo by Auxiliarist Barry Novakoff.

 

SAN ANTONIO – The national board of the Coast Guard Auxiliary has elected
Commodore Mark Simoni to serve as the next vice national commodore of the
Coast Guard Auxiliary for a two-year term beginning November 1, 2012.
Simoni will serve under National Commodore Thomas C. Mallison who was
elected earlier this morning.

Simoni, from Saginaw, Michigan, joined the Coast Guard Auxiliary in 1991
and has served in a variety of positions: Division Chief – Surface in the
Operations Department from 2000 through 2005; District Commodore of the
Ninth Central Region; National Directorate Commodore- Operations; and as
Assistant National Commodore, Operations Policy and Resource Management.

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Comments


  1. LT Scott McGrew says:

    Congratulations to Commodore Simoni as well as Commodore Mallison.

  2. George E. Barantseff says:

    Congratulations, Commodore Simoni on your selection to the Vice National Commododre (VNACO) assignment. The VNACO position requires tremendous dedication of time and effort, with greater active participation. I wish you well in your new sssignemnt. It will be interesting to see how the Auxiliary evolves under the new leadership restructuring, as it gets closer in stride over the next two years with our parent organization – the U.S. Coaat Guard.
    GB


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