Sturgeon Bay Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment Has New Commander

Sturgeon Bay’s Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment welcomed a new supervisor on July 1st. Lieutenant Commander Lisa Woodman now oversees all vessel inspections and marine safety technicians in the area as she recently finished up her position with the Coast Guard Marine Safety Center in Washington DC where she was the tank vessel and offshore division chief. Her past experiences include being engineer aboard the Coast Guard Cutter “Healy”, being Staff Engineer and a member of the Salvage Engineering Response Team. She has also been an apprentice marine inspector, a waterways management representative, and port safety and security branch chief for what is now the Coast Guard Sector – Virginia. Commander Woodman is replacing Lieutenant Commander Andrew Murphy as he heads to the Coast Guard Headquarters to serve in the Office of Operating and Environmental Standards. Commander Woodman is originally from Cedarburg, Wisconsin. She left Cedarburg in 2004 and says it’s nice to be back closer to home.

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