Financial Giant, Stephen Murray, dies at 52
The financial world lost a great executive and philanthropist at 52, Stephen Murray. Murray recently had taken time of a month before his death due to health issues, but he was expected to return. His coworkers and family are mourning the loss of a powerful and generous business man.
A founding partner and CEO of CCMP left behind a legacy of being a successful and powerful entrepreneur and a kind philanthropist. He started his career at Chemical Bank and stayed when it merged into Chase Manhattan Corp. As he continued in his career, he became head of buyout business for JP Morgan. Stephen Murray continued to work for well-respected firms as he gained his valuable experience. He continued to work for JP Morgan at CCMP, which is a spin off company.
CCMP is a spin off company of JP Morgan, which is a private firm that works with buyout and growth equity transactions. His colleagues spoke of their sadness at his passing. He was a great investor and an active partner in the business. They said he lead to the success of this company. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: https://www.pehub.com/2007/10/5-questions-with-stephen-murray/ and http://culturebytes.org/the-exponential-growth-of-ccmp-capital-under-stephen-murrays-leadership/
He also has served on the board of numerous companies, including Aramark, Generac, AMC Entertainment, Warner, The Vitamin Shoppe, Cabela’s, Pinnacle Foods, and Legacy Hospital Partners. Until his untimely death, he was a prolific business man, who worked tirelessly to help his companies become more successful and profitable.
He has grown to be quite successful through his many business ventures, but he has not forgotten to give back to the community. His giving endeavors include working with the Make-A-Wish foundation, the Foodbank of Lower Fairfield County, and University boards.
He was a member of the chairman’s council of the Make-A-Wish foundation of Metro New York. The Make-A-Wish foundation helps to make terminally ill children’s dreams come true.
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