Michel Rabreau (6 September 1937 – 15 March 2021) was a French politician.
|Deputy from Loire-Atlantique's 7th constituency|
13 August 1968 – 2 April 1978
|Mayor of Guérande|
|Born||6 September 1937|
La Baule-Escoublac, France
|Died||15 March 2021(aged 83)|
Rabreau was a pharmacist and biologist by profession. After his studies, he took over his father's pharmacy in Guérande and also managed an analytical laboratory.
Rabreau's father, a former member of the French Resistance, inspired him to become a Gaullist activist. He became the deputy to Pierre Litoux, a member of the National Assembly from 1962 to 1968. In 1967, Litoux was defeated by Olivier Guichard. Guichard declined to stand in 1968 to serve a ministerial position, and was replaced by Rabreau. A left-wing Gaullist, he supported Jacques Chaban-Delmas in the 1974 French presidential election. He also served as Mayor of Guérande from 1986 to 1993.
Michel Rabreau died on 15 March 2021 at the age of 83.
- "Guérande : l'ancien maire Michel Rabreau est décédé". actu.fr (in French). 15 March 2021.
- "Michel Rabreau". Assemblée nationale (in French).
- "Michel Rabreau est décédé, l'hommage de la ville de Guérande". Guerande Infos (in French). 16 March 2021.