Industry Mourns Daniel Meijome

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Marine industry veteran Daniel Meijome died suddenly last month. He was 60 years old.

Meijome had worked at Navico and Seawide Distribution, and had been sales manager with Spectra Watermakers since 2017.

“Daniel brought his considerable sales expertise and infectious sense of humor [to] a marine industry career that spanned more than 15 years. … As a sales manager with global territories, Daniel travelled extensively and developed a network of friends and colleagues around the globe,” Spectra said in a statement.

Click here for Meijome’s obituary.

Meijome’s family asks that donations be made to the Lupus Foundation of America and the National Alliance on Mental Illness — causes that were important to Meijome.

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