Princecraft names new president

PRINCEVILLE, Quebec, Canada – After more than 25 years with the company, Princecraft Boats President Marcel Dubois will retire, the company reported in a recent statement. He will be succeeded by Donald Dubois (no relation), who has assumed operating responsibilities during the last few months.

Before coming to Princecraft, Donald Dubois spent 10 years with General Electric’s Canadian subsidiary, where he was most recently vice president of sales.

Marcel Dubois was with Princecraft through the course of several transitions. According to the company: “Marcel Dubois came to Princecraft in the early 1980s, when he was dispatched by then owner Alcan Aluminum to help during a slowdown in the marine industry. In 1985, he and Princecraft’s production manager at the time, Jacques Daneault, bought Princecraft from Alcan. The pair would later sell the company to Outboard Marine Corp. in 1990. Dubois and Daneault again bought back the company in 2001, and then shortly thereafter, sold the business to Brunswick.”

Marcel Dubois will be involved with Princecraft on a part-time basis until his retirement from the company at the end of November, according to Princecraft.

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