Former Paradise Marine president dies

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Boating industry veteran Robert "Bob" Alan Greenberg of Cherryville, N.C., passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday.

From 1989-1994, he was vice president/general manager of the yacht division of Sea Ray Boats in Merritt Island, Fla. For the next eight years, he was the owner and president of Paradise Marine of Melbourne, Fla.

From 2002-10, Greenberg was vice president at Chris-Craft Corp.

He most recently was a business and legal consultant in the marine and RV industries.

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