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Zoya Ulyanova

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Zoya (Zelma) Ulyanova (29.12.1924 - 11.08.99, Odesa) – the Head of the Port’s Fleet, a veteran of maritime transport, an Honored Worker of the USSR Navy, holder of an Order of Honor and other awards.

 

Zoya Ulyanova was a legendary woman. By reason of that her father worked at the Soviet embassy in Turkey she received education abroad. She could fluently speak Italian, French and her native Latvian languages. When in 1935 her parents returned to Odesa, Zoya did not know Russian.

 

In May 1944, as soon as Odesa was liberated, being  a young girl she began to work as a secretary typist at the shipping authority. In 1945, Zoya Ulyanova entered Odesa Maritime Institute. After graduating it in 1951 she came to the port of Odesa as a specialist of water transport. She worked as an economist in commercial department, then in port’s fleet as a Dispatcher and later the Senior Dispatcher. In 1966, she was appointed the Head of port’s fleet.

 

Zoe Ulyanov was the only woman, who has led the naval department during 16 years.

Under her management the port’s fleet reached its peak, was created powerful passenger fleet. Suburban lines operated throughout the year.

 

In 1982 he was appointed the Deputy Head of the passanger terminal. Here she worked until retirement.

 

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