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Raymarine names Larry Rencken VP of sales; Twin Vee picks Scott Noble as CEO.

Raymarine Inc. of Merrimack, N.H., has named Larry Rencken vice president of sales. He will lead the company's American sales efforts.

"We are thrilled to have Larry on board the Raymarine team," said Dave Bimschleger, president of Raymarine, in a statement. "His passion for leading and developing sales organizations and vast experience at other top-level companies truly make him an asset.”

Prior to joining Raymarine, Rencken worked for Welch Foods, holding roles from regional sales manager to vice president of sales for customer teams and most recently CIO. Prior to Welch, Rencken held leadership sales positions with Smith-Kline Beecham of Pittsburgh, where he played a major part in achieving the company's annual sales goals.

"As a longtime fisherman and avid outdoorsman, it's great to be able to combine my personal passions with my professional expertise," Rencken said in a statement.

Rencken earned his bachelor's degree from Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Wash.

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Twin Vee Inc., the Ft. Pierce, Fla.-based builder of catamaran fishing boats, has appointed Scott Noble as chief executive officer.

Noble is an 18-year veteran of the marine industry and has held key leadership positions for Brunswick Corp. boat brands, including Sea Ray, Boston Whaler, Baja, Bayliner and Meridian Yachts. Noble serves on Twin Vee’s board of directors and most recently was vice president of sales and marketing for Savannah Yachts.

“Scott brings a wealth of industry knowledge and expertise that will enable Twin Vee to further expand its leadership presence,” said Steven Lux, managing director of Stonehenge Growth Capital’s Tampa, Fla., office.

Stonehenge Growth Capital is a division of Stonehenge Capital Corp., and is a major shareholder of Twin Vee.

David East, president of Twin Vee, will remain with the company and focus on expanding its manufacturing capabilities.

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