Meantime the Pier Head Titanic Memorial to the Heroes of the Marine Engineroom will see a new interpretation plaque unveiled after a donation by the Institute of Marine Engineers which raised the obelisk.
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During his period in post, and he is only the fifth man to hold the position in the Institute's long and distinguished history, he has overseen the Institute's move to its headquarters at Coleman Street in the City of London, and transformation from the Institute of Marine Engineers, to its vibrant new role as the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) with a revised Royal Charter and new governance and membership structures.
George is Titanic spokesman for the Institute of Marine Engineers Science & Technology (IMarEST), and its Guild of Benevolence is the only registered charity with direct Titanic links.
SIMON Rickaby, a senior executive officer of Milford Haven Port Authority and managing director of DV Howells Ltd, is to become the president of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology, previously known as the Institute of Marine Engineers.
The Institute of Marine Engineers is contributing an interpretation board ready for the rededication date, by Rev Steven Brookes of Our Lady & St Nicholas Church, the sailors' church.
George Connor, a member of the Institute of Marine Engineers, who lectures on Titanic, comes from Belfast, where the liner was built at Harland & Wolff's shipyard.
THIS column's campaign to get the Titanic Memorial at Pier Head cleaned up for the ill-fated liner's centenary next year are bearing fruit as Dennis Barker of the Institute of Marine Engineers tells me it plans to mount a plaque by the monument and a day of events.