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Bill Murphy Sr. and his son, Bill Jr., toured the plant to see their Canyon 306 in production. Bill Sr. is retiring soon and can't wait to climb aboard the family's new boat!
Grady Fans! - Don & Rosaleen Dawes, Kris Carroll, Mike & Michelle Manion and Steve Camp. The Manions are current owners of an Adventure 208 and are the leaders of the Lake Erie GW Club. They came by to drop off a book they created, “Cruising the North Channel in a 20 foot Grady White”.
Danny Dumond (middle) toured the plant along with his nephew (left) Lawrence Crawford and friend Courtland Alexander (right) to see his 230 Fisherman in production, this is his 3rd Grady!
Tom Richardson toured the plant along with his father Ed Richardson in search of learning more about some of the newer model Gradys. Currently he owns a 1983 Pacific. Tom and his father love to go fishing in York Co. VA.
Gail and Tony Palminteri are from Franklyn Lakes, NJ. They toured the plant with Engineering Manager Joe Hunter to see their 370 Express being built. They travel to Long Island, New England, and the Bahamas to do their boating. Currently they own a 283 release.
Paul and Linda Fitzpatrick, from North Easton, Massachusetts, enjoy boating in New England area, pose with Kirby Pollard and Kris Carroll. They currently own a Tournament 19 and are interested in the Freedom 192, Freedom 205, and the Adventure 208.
AJ, Jay, Jennifer, and Rebecca Kiser currently own a Islander 268.
Rod and Erika Bernard from Binghamton, NY toured the plant interested in a 232 Gulfstream they currently own a 1993 Tournament.
John Yakimick & Carolyn Ray of Customer Relations - John Yakimick toured the plant on 1/21/2014 to see his 208 Adventure in production. John and his wife do their boating in Lake Erie, PA.
John & Sarah Currin just retired and love to go fishing in their recently purchased 230 Fisherman.
Tim & Gayl Harner toured the plant interested in a larger boat, they currently own a 330 Express, and like to do their boating along the Chesapeake Bay.
Bill Bradshaw and his is brother in-law Larry Jenkins toured the plant just to see how our factory operates. Bill currently owns a Express 265 which is his 5th Grady!