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Charter director Pundt dies

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Herman Pundt died on Sept. 16 after a year-long battle with brain cancer. He was 52.

Pundt most recently was charter director at Denison Yachting. Prior to that, he spent 10 years as a broker of both yachts and charters at Hargrave Yachts. He also had his captain’s license and had run yachts earlier in his career.

Read his online obituary here.

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