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The National Marine Electronics Association named Mark Reedenauer its documentation specialist.

In the newly created position, Reedenauer will be responsible for updating the NMEA 2000 database, the NMEA 0183 specification, Marine Electronics Installer and NMEA 2000 training documents, PowerPoint presentations and a variety of standard operating procedures.

Reedenauer brings 12 years of experience in the marine electronics industry. Most recently he served for six years as product marketing manager for Airmar. He held the same position with Northstar for six years before that.

"We're very fortunate to have Mark on board," NMEA president David Hayden said in a statement. "His marine electronics background and creativity will be tremendous assets in helping us take standards development, technical training and overall document presentations to new levels. I know I speak for the entire NMEA membership in welcoming Mark to the team."

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