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Prominent Connecticut developer's death ruled a suicide

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Connecticut developer Alfred Lenoci Jr.’s early morning Wednesday death has been ruled a suicide.

Lenoci, 55, was struck and killed by a train. His death was the result of multiple trauma.

The son of Alfred Lenoci Sr., founder of United Properties, Lenoci was part of a team with a portfolio of over 5 million square feet of retail, office and industrial space.

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