Industry mourns Connecticut marina owner

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Ronald E. “REB” Bourbeau of the South Glastonbury section of Glastonbury, Conn., died Sept. 29. He was 75.

Bourbeau was the founder of REB Industries and Glastonbury Gage and a land developer, both residential and industrial. He was an owner of Yankee Boat Yard and Riverside Marina, both in Portland, Conn., and Scott's Lobster Dock in New London, Conn.

He spent many days on his Down East boat, the Del Marie, with family, friends and grandchildren.

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