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Lelio "Les" Marino (c. 1935 – November 12, 2004) was an American entrepreneur. Born in Chieti, Italy, he emigrated to the United States in 1958. He co-founded construction company Modern Continental in 1967 with business partner Kenneth Anderson, and grew it into a six billion-dollar group of companies with interests in restaurants, marinas, and transportation services in addition to the core construction business.
He died on November 12, 2004, as a result of an infarct.
- Ebbert, Stephanie (13 November 2004). "Construction firm founder dies; company worked on the Big Dig". Boston Globe.
- Powell, Jennifer Heldt (13 November 2004). "Modern continental founder dies: Success, then sadness, followed Marino". Boston Herald.
- "Founder and CEO of Modern Continental, Big Dig contractor, dies at 69". Associated Press. 12 November 2004.
- Company Web site
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