Industry mourns Midwest sales manager

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David Scott, a 23-year marine industry veteran, died suddenly at his home in Michigan on Sept. 28.

Scott, 52, worked 10 years as internal sales manager for Crusader Engines and 15 years as marine/industrial sales manager at Cummins Bridgeway.

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He is survived by his wife, Julie, and four children, daughter Kaylyn, 18, and sons Michael, 16, Thomas, 13, and Daniel, 11.

Scott was active in boat shows, dealer meetings and customer relations for Crusader and Cummins Bridgeway.

“Everyone wanted to deal with Dave,” said Scott’s father, Gerald.

“Dave made an enormous impact on so many lives,” reads an online remembrance. “He loved life and put a smile on the face of all that he came in contact with. He brought out the best in each and every person.”

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