Changing Places

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Jack Ezzell, vice president, chief accounting officer and controller of MarineMax, announced his resignation from the company, effective Friday, to pursue an opportunity with a large private company, MarineMax said in a report to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Ezzell's principal duties will be assumed by Michael McLamb, the company's executive vice president and chief financial officer, and Kurt Frahn, vice president of finance and treasurer, among others.

"The company wishes to express its appreciation to Mr. Ezzell for his nearly 13 years of dedicated service to the company and wishes him well in his new endeavor," MarineMax said in its report.

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