48 Years as owner of Seager Marine! In 1967 Marsh joined his brother Fred then a technician in purchasing the Waldorf Boat Company. You could say it was a dream of the Seager family to own and operate such an establishment. With a business plan based on customer friendly customer service Marsh has been able to build a strong and loyal customer base which he considers friends and family. More importantly - he knows them all by name and the boat they drive - sometimes even the last three or four boats they bought from him. An all-around nice guy will meet you at the door with a smile and a handshake -although- in the winter he can be found on fairways and greens in sunny Florida.
Following in the Reynolds family tradition Preston was given the helm to his first boat at the age of 7. That's when he realized Lake Livin' was pretty much the only Livin'. Previously an instructor at the Inverted Wakeboard and Waterski school and a longtime familiar face around the Finger Lakes. He is even known to find a bass or a lake trout from time to time. Jack of all trades (master of none) on the water. He prides himself on having fun and enjoys passing on his passion of everything lake. You can find him still (when he is not at Seager Marine) showing his daughter, Jenna and son, Porter the ropes riding the "L" on Keuka Lake with wife Jo-Hannah at the wheel.
Ted has been an avid fisherman and boater for over 50 years. He grew up in Auburn, NY and spent a lot of time on Owasco Lake and all the other Finger Lakes. He also chartered for a time on Lake Ontario. He now lives on Canandaigua Lake where he can continue his fishing and boating. He worked as an Environmental Engineer for the US Army Corps of Engineers for 33 years and has now started his second career with Seager Marine. Ted owns an Avalon pontoon boat which is set up for trout fishing and cruising as well. He can set you up with the best pontoon or fishing boat to meet your needs.
Amy brings to Seager Marine over 20 years of office management experience in a variety of businesses. She attended Nazareth College, FLCC and participated in numerous educational seminars over the years to become the successful administrative assistant she is today. She is an excellent problem solver for any kind of issue, big or small, enjoying the satisfaction of being the “fixer”. She enjoys spending time with her husband and four dogs, baking, gardening, hiking, trips to the Adirondacks, and NASCAR racing.
Beth is our DMV specialist amongst other office duties while she is working at Seager Marine from May to October. Beth and her husband Bob enjoy the other months of the year traveling and spending time with their family and grandbabies.
Works for food. The infamous tail wagging Lab that is our "Greeter" is none other than Shadow. Having been at the Marina on and off for the past 10 years she is a fixture that our younger customers like to come visit with to get a lick or to throw her a ball. Hard playing and devoted she is a real Team player when it comes to customer satisfaction.
Bob's 39 years of Marine experience include serving in the U.S. Coast Guard, being an instructor at Outboard Marine Corporation, earning Marine Master Technician certification and becoming Seager Marine's Service Manager since 2001. As manager, Bob focuses on requiring staff to complete yearly training in their respective fields, keeping moral high and maintaining a "state of the art" facility. The service team functions as a highly trained unit whose goal is to provide Excellent customer service. Bob's connections in the industry, strong technical background and people skills have earned him the reputation of the "Go-to Guy". With a growing customer base Bob invites you to stop by and experience First Hand what the Seager Marine difference is.
Randy's mechanical background began over 40 years ago. Since joining Seager Marine in 1977 he has acquired several certifications in marine products. Along with his everyday duties of being a technician, he is also the shop foreman overseeing the everyday work assigned to the shop. Randy's other duties are being in charge of our boat storage and its facilities. Known as "The Wrench" his professional attitude and positive work ethic helps gel our team together.
Jim is our rigger at Seager Marine for almost 30 years. From setting up a complete fishing rig to installing fender locks Jim has the experience and knowledge to get it done right for you. He is also involved with our hoists and dock sales and set up for our customers. His pride shows whenever a new boat leaves our facility making him a key player for our team.
As the newest technician Mike's skills are rapidly growing in the Seager Marine work environment. Mike's credentials include 6 years of marine experience and graduation from the Marine Mechanics Institute. He continues to be eager to learn, hard working and a team player. His work ethic and positive attitude benefit not only Seager Marine but also our customers
Mike joined the Seager Team in 2013 after serving a tour of combat duty in Baghdad. He is in charge of our yard duties, shrink wrapping of boats during storage season and doing our in house detailing for our customers, along with many other duties. Mikes great sense of humor keeps us all smiling but more importantly we are very pleased that he is so eager to learn and does a terrific job for our customers.
Doug has over 16 years experience in the Marine industry and is the Service writer and also works in the Parts department. Doug is directly involved with our customers and does a superb job from writing up their issues on work orders or selling them the over the counter parts they need. He is always willing to take time with our customers to explain work that was performed on their product. Doug is always ready to bring in new customers and takes pride in his work.
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