SEVERNA PARK, Md. — The National Marine Electronics Association has added five new members to its board of directors. The new directors succeed retiring members whose three-year terms have expired.
NMEA’s board consists of 18 individuals who represent a diverse group of marine electronics dealers and manufacturers in the U.S. and Canada. All the new board members have strong technical backgrounds in marine electronics and advocate an emphasis on technical education and training.
The new directors include: Hugo Lupp, co-owner of New England Marine Electronics in Norwalk, Conn., as New England Regional Director; Mike Spyros, service director at Electronics Unlimited in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., as Dealer Director; Steve Wallace, service manager at Lunde Marine Electronics in Seattle, Wash., as Northwest Regional Director; Ralph Sponar Jr., retired president of United Radio Service, a Baltimore, Md., as Mid-Atlantic Regional Director; and John Barry, owner of Technical Marine Support Inc. in Pleasant Prairie, Wis., as Great Lakes and Gulf Coast Regional Director.
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