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Dubois Naval Architects’ founder Ed Dubois dies

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Dubois Naval Architects’ founder, Ed Dubois, died March 24 due to an undisclosed illness he suffered last year. He been back to work as normal, but was unexpectedly admitted to hospital where he died.
Peter Bolke has moved from senior designer to managing director. Bolke has worked with the company for 23 years.
The family plans a private funeral for Mr. Dubois next week. A memorial service to celebrate his life and achievements will be scheduled for the public in the near future.

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