Promotions Announced at Godwin Pumps Maryland Branch


BRIDGEPORT, NJ – Godwin Pumps, the largest manufacturer of portable rental pumps with 16 U.S. rental branch offices and over 100 distributor locations worldwide, recently announced a new office manager and administrative assistant at its Maryland branch office.

Jamie Nuthall of Edgewater, MD was promoted to office manager. In her new role, Nuthall will oversee the creation of rental contracts, daily billing, and assist with work orders. She will maintain the branch employee files, and facilitate the daily activities of the branch manager and sales engineers. Nuthall came to Godwin in March 2001 as an administrative assistant.

Nuthall attended Prince George’s Community College for two years where she majored in education. She later transferred to the University of Maryland to study business. Nuthall brings over ten years of administrative experience to Godwin Pumps.

Assisting Nuthall is Linda McCrossan of Port Republic, MD. As administrative assistant, she will support the branch manager and sales team with quotes, accounts payable and daily branch operations. McCrossan is working toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Accounting from Prince George’s Community College and was employed previously by Wells Fargo Financial in Annapolis as a customer service rep. McCrossan comes to Godwin with over 12 years of experience.

Other employees at Godwin’s Maryland rental branch include Marvin Abbey, branch manager, and Sales Engineers John Lancey, Stuart Miller, and Tom Vance. The team serves customers in Maryland, Washington DC, parts of West Virginia, and Southern Pennsylvania.

Godwin Pumps, known for its unsurpassed customer service, specializes in the Dri-Prime Pump, a totally automatic self-priming centrifugal pumpset available in sizes 2 inches to 16 inches. The Dri-Prime is capable of handling industrial sludges, oil, sewage, storm water, mine dewatering and many other pumping needs. For additional information, contact Godwin Pumps Maryland at 301-390-3806 or visit the Godwin Pumps web site at

Source: Xylem Inc.

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