Industry mourns Cummins Power South salesman

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Barry Stamm, manager of Onan Marine business for Cummins Power South, died June 3 after more than three years battling cancer.

Stamm, 70, of Cape Coral, Fla., was among the sales leaders for Onan Marine generators in North America for the last 10 years. In February he celebrated his 20th year with the Cummins distribution network.

Survivors include his wife, Carol; a son, Darrin; his mother, Mary; a sister, Dale Ragan; and grandsons Edward and Christian Stamm.

“Barry was one of the most honest and trustworthy salesmen I have ever dealt with. He will be missed," said Michael Rybovich of Michael Rybovich & Sons Boat Works in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

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