Matthew S. Twomey 978-852-2908
1857 White Mountain Hwy 108 Matthew.S.Twomey.civ@humphreys .navy.mil
North Conway, NH 03860-5158 Matthew.firstname.lastname@example.org
USCG & IMO Licensed Master of Oceans, aboard self-propelled vessels of unlimited tonnage.
USCG & IMO Licensed Master of Auxiliary Sail Vessels up to 100 Gross Tons upon Oceans.
USCG & IMO accredited Vessel Security Officer / Medical Person in Charge / Tankerman PIC
FCC Licensed GMDSS Radio Operator
Present: Executive Officer, USNS Joshua Humphreys T-AO 188, Military Sealift Command.
Four on-the-spot awards received between 2007 and 2014 while engaged in US federal service. Safety of navigation, extensive commitment to sea service, and efficient execution of underway replenishment deliveries mark the cornerstones of civilian mariner service today for the United States Navy.
2012 – Present: Owner and operator, 16 ton 1934 Sparkman & Stephens wooden Yawl Blue Heron. This documented vessel of the United States. S&S Design # 25, is a comfortable cruising platform for autonomous, self-sufficient family travel and adventures.
Previous Work positions:
1998 – 2006 IT, LAN Administrator / Database Mgr. Winchester Cooperative Bank, Winchester, MA
1983 – 1998 Fortune 100 manufacturing finance credit and collection work in the automotive, paper and transportation industries. Ford Motor Credit Co. Boise Cascade, Ryder Truck, Freudenberg – NOK GP. United Parcel Service
2005 – 2006 Elected to Board of Trustees, Winchester Public Library, Winchester Massachusetts
2001 – 2005 Member, Board of Directors of the Winchester Chamber of Commerce
2006 – pres. USCG Boston Harbor Safety Committee Participant CFR 33 Ch. I Sub. H Subpart C 103.300
1996 – Present: Founded and nurtured A.S. Twomey Manufacturing Inc. as a C corporation to manage intergenerational interests in capital formation and job creation. This New England based sailor, and father of three enjoys planning for future opportunities to encourage local business, social, and cultural institutions to work together to improve standards of living. The goal is to strengthen and encourage the superior performance of individuals and organizations, for the benefit of the local community. Our quality of life can best be enhanced by developing opportunities for young people who are willing to work toward a bright future.
2015 Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090
1983 BA Economics, Bates College, Lewiston, ME 04240
1979 Graduate, Tabor Academy, Marion MA 02738
References available upon request.