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Florida trade group names 2010 officers

The Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County (Fla.) named its officers for the coming year.

They include: president George Carter, from the Riviera Beach Maritime Academy; vice president Tim Oenbrink, from Merritt Supply; secretary Tom Twyford, from the West Palm Beach Fishing Club and treasurer Mike Erickson, from Canvas Designers. The immediate past president is Amy Tolderlund, from Sea Tow Palm Beach.

Incoming board members are Mark Crosley, from Florida Inland Navigation District; Bruce Grout, from New Port Cove Marine Center; Stephanie Smith, from Moores Marine and Doug West, from Rybovich.

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