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Former Yamaha Communications Manager Suddenly Passes Away

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Former Yamaha Marine communications manager Melissa Boudoux suddenly passed away on March 10, 2022.

Well-liked in the industry, Boudoux had a welcoming smile and contagious enthusiasm for the outdoors and boating. She was passionately supportive of her children, Giselle and Gavin, and spent much of her free time watching and cheering them on at soccer games.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help Boudoux’s children with the financial strain of losing their mother. You can donate by clicking here

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