REGINALD LEROY GREENLAW STONINGTON – Reginald Leroy Greenlaw, 97, husband of the late Gertrude (Smith) Greenlaw, died Sept. 13, 2008, at a Deer Isle health care facility. He was born Jan. 9, 1911, in Stonington, the son of Leroy and Stella (Powers) Greenlaw. Reginald graduated from Stonington High School. After graduation he went to work on the Lone Star, a Singer yacht. Then in 1930 he came back to Stonington and started Square Deal Garage, around 1935 he started selling oil, by bringing tanks of oil across the Eggemoggin thoroughfare by Indian motorcycle. Then when World War II started, he went to South Portland shipyard and worked as “lead man.” Reginald returned to Deer Isle/ Stonington in 1946, to continue serving the local people with his garage and oil business. Through the years he ran many successful businesses including: Square Deal Auto Sales, GE Appliance dealer, airplane pilot, Mobil oil distributor, Palmer Day Boats No. 1-4, in which he was well known for around the country. He is survived by two sons, Bruce Greenlaw and his friend, Judy Radner, of Stonington and Paul Greenlaw and his wife, Judy, of Sunset; a granddaughter, Patricia Boutilier and her husband, Michael, of Sunset; a grandson, Dr. Paul R. Greenlaw and his wife, Heather, of Wilson, N.C.; two great-grandchildren, Douglas and Sarah Boutilier; a beloved sister-in-law, Frances Greenlaw; nieces, Pamela Steele of Brooklin and Susan Pluhar of Graz; a nephew, Skip Greenlaw of Stonington; a special friend, Ethelda Eaton of Stonington. In addition to his parents and his wife, he was predeceased by a brother, Lawrence P. Greenlaw; and his sister, Barbara and her husband, Don Webb. Friends may call 6-8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15, at Bragdon-Kelley Funeral Home, Thurlow’s Hill, Stonington, where a funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 16, with the Rev. Theodore Hoskins of Sunbeam Mission Boat, officiating. Interment will be at Oceanville Cemetery, Stonington. Gifts in his memory may be sent to Island Nursing Home, Deer Isle and/or Arc Animal Shelter, Cherryfield.