Changing Places

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Win-Tron Electronics announced that Tyler Winder, son of Eddie Winder, is joining the family business.

The 17-year-old, who is the third generation of Winders to join the company, will start work at Win-Tron this summer after graduating high school. He will start by loading and unloading trucks in the company's warehouse.

It was 30 years ago that Tyler's father went to work for his grandfather, Bill Winder, after his high school graduation. He also loaded and unloaded trucks.

"He's a bright, energetic happy face here," senior vice president Eddie Winder said in a statement. "He loves being here. I think that with his personality he will eventually do very well in our sales department."

Based in Spring Lake Heights, N.J., Win-Tron is a wholesaler to the marine industry, with sales of more than $35 million.

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Chris Ferrelli was named sales specialist for the Northeastern region of the U.S. by Charlotte, N.C.-based Tesa Tape.

Starting June 1, Ferrelli will have sales responsibilities for industrial markets throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic.

Prior to this appointment, Ferrelli served the company as a strategic segment manager for the transportation segment. He will continue as a team leader for sales/support for the aerospace and defense industries.

He also previously served as a sales specialist for the south-central states.

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The Marine Retailers Association of America announced the following changes to the 2009 board of directors.

Paul Terzian, Causeway Marine in Manahawkin, N.J., was appointed to fill the vacated directorship of Region 2 (Conn., R.I., N.J., N.Y.). The previous director of Region 2 was Dennis Smigel of Kydd's Marine in Massapequa, N.Y., who has resigned.

Rob McCarthy, Lakeside Marine Group in Harrison Township, Mich., will fill the vacated director-at-large position.

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