Ron White

December 30, 2020
2 mins read

Ron joined Grand Pointe Marina as a salesperson in 2009. He’s been working in sales for nearly 40 years and, when the opportunity to sell boats here came up, he “…jumped at it!” as he puts it; “What’s a better job, and a better experience, than selling boats?” Ron loves matching our customers with the perfect boat for their wants and needs. “Whether it’s a fishing boat, a pontoon, an open bow, a cuddy cabin or a cabin cruiser, I’ll make sure they get the right boat,” he says.Like many of the crew at Grand Pointe, Ron has been a devoted boater from much of his life. Growing up on a small inland lake in Livingston County, his family always had a boat. “It was mainly fishing, always fun,” he says. Now a resident of Howell, Ron still enjoys fishing, much of the time with his family. On a trip last year with two of his four grandchildren, his granddaughters wondered why the boat was filling with water. “I pull the plug to drain my boat when loading it onto the trailer 100% of the time and 50% of the time, I forget to put it back in!” he explains. Ron immediately knew what the problem was, so no harm; just a little embarrassment. This past March Ron, his father, and his brother and nephew took a fishing trip on the “St. Joe” river which he describes as “A great family trip!”

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