OneWater Marine Holdings names CFO

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Atlanta-based OneWater Marine Holdings has named Jack Ezzell as chief financial officer.

"Jack has made a great impact over the last year as our VP of Finance," said OneWater Marine CEO Austin Singleton in a statement. "His passion for the boating lifestyle, combined with his operational experience and strong background in finance and accounting make him the perfect candidate for the CFO role."

With more than 20 years of operational experience developing multi-unit retail strategies, as well as building and leading teams, Ezzell will oversee the company's finance and accounting teams.

“I’m grateful for this opportunity,” said Ezzell. “My first year with OneWater has been a rewarding one and I look forward to continuing to develop the finance and accounting team while making greater contributions to the organization as a whole.”

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