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California brokers group names 2013 officers

The California Yacht Brokers Association announced its 2013 officers and directors.

Current board member Dennis Moran, of Ardell Yacht & Ship Brokers in Newport Beach, will serve as president; Ron Gullan of Yachtfinders/Windseakers Yacht Sales will serve as first vice president; J.R. Means will serve as second vice president; Ryan Eastman will serve as secretary; and Jim Johnson of Chuck Hovey Yachts in San Diego will serve as returning treasurer.

The group welcomes three new members to the board: J.R. Means of Bayport Yachts in Newport Beach; Chris Simpson of Discovery Bay Yachts in northern California; and Ryan Eastman of West Coast Yachts in Newport Beach.

Joining Means, Simpson and Eastman are returning members Jim Johnson, Dean West, Ron Gullan, Nick Friedman and immediate past president Tom Trainor.

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