Fairfield developer’s death ruled a suicide

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The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner ruled Fairfield developer Alfred Lenoci Jr.’s death was a suicide. Lenoci, who was 55, was hit by a Metro-North train at the Fairfield Metro Station early in the morning of February 21. He was the son of Alfred Lenoci. Sr., who founded privately held commercial developer United Properties nearly 40 years ago. United Properties has a portfolio of over five million square feet of holdings and has developed properties for national retailers such as Home Depot, Verison and UPS. [CT Post]