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Retired Brunswick exec will lead Hatteras

William Naumann is coming out of retirement to head up the Hatteras Collection as part of several organizational changes at Brunswick Corp.

Naumann, who retired from Hatteras in 2006, was named chairman of the Brunswick subsidiary. His responsibilities include strengthening relations with dealers, customers and suppliers, and overseeing government and public affairs for Hatteras.

“His experience and knowledge of Hatteras’ unique legacy will be a major asset as we deal with these tough economic times,” said Dustan McCoy, chairman and CEO of Brunswick, in a statement.

James Meyer was named president of the Hatteras Collection, replacing Keri Theophilus. Meyer formerly serviced as vice president of product development, supply chain and business integration for the Brunswick Boat Group.

Theophilus has accepted a new assignment in Brunswick International.

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