Obituaries

The marine industry mourns the loss of people whose inventiveness and business expertise have been the foundation of its success and helped it grow and prosper.

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A legacy larger than Larson

Al Kuebelbeck was known for his strong presence in the marine industry over the course of four decades, but daughter Chris Kuebelbeck-Wittwer says no one will miss him more than the grandchildren he doted on.

Industry mourns advocate for sailors with disabilities

Longtime sailor Hugh Elliot, who helped to establish the U.S. Disabled Sailing Program after a serious car accident in the 1990s, died Feb. 2 in Tampa, Fla., after serving as a judge at a regatta at Davis Island Yacht Club.

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Industry mourns longtime Larson Boats president

Longtime Larson Boats president and CEO Al Kuebelbeck died Jan. 16 after suffering from myelodysplastic syndrome, a type of cancer that affects the body’s ability to make platelets. He was 72.

Industry mourns co-founder of New England Ropes

Herb Repass, co-founder of New England Ropes, died Dec. 23 in Vero Beach. Fla. He was 94. Repass founded the business, now a wholly owned subsidiary of the Teufelberger Group, in New Bedford, Mass., with friend and associate David Aigler in 1967. Repass served as president and as chief designer of specialty ropes that the…more

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