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RYC promotes from within to replace Glass

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By Dorie Cox

Shawn Schmoll has been promoted to a top “jack-of-all-trades” position at Roscioli Yachting Center in Fort Lauderdale. He brings 30 years of experience working with RYC as replacement for Tom Glass, who retired in July.

Schmoll started work with the company as a landscaper and diver when he was 18. He learned most aspects of the workings of the shipyard with jobs such as lift cable replacement. He most recently was plant manager at the company’s Donzi manufacturing facility in Bradenton, Florida.

Shawn Schmoll

During his time at Roscioli, Schmoll has earned college degrees in both business management and computer science.

“And, of course, I’ve got Bob’s hands-on degree,” Schmoll said. “I’ve learned everything from Bob. I love it.”

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