Death is such a cruel reality we have to live with for the rest of our lives. Its impact becomes more severe when your loved one is taken away from you. They say that brilliant people die young. If by chance this common judgment is true, then we will live to know that Stephen Murray left us because of the natural system. We can live to say that he may have worked out much of his karma and the bit that was holding him also went away.
Stephen Murray was one of the most brilliant business leaders in the modern world. He had the instincts of an intelligent person and the mindset of an entrepreneur. He was one of the few individuals who could dare to dream and make their dream a reality in a short span. Unfortunately, he died at the age of 52. At such an age, Stephen was still full of potential and energy.
He was the president and CEO of CCMP, a privately-owned equity firm operating in the United States. He was a recognized business leader with an impressive track record spanning 20 years. Before he died, he served in several companies under different capacities as a leader. He was also a member of several boards. He served as the chairman of the Board of Directors ant Crestcom International. He also served as board member of Infogroup Inc., LHP Hospitals, Octagon Credit Investors and Strongwood Insurance Holdings.
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At CCMP, Murray was charged with overseeing the operations of the company. He was fully responsible for every decision the company took during his ensure as the CEO. He guided CCMP through thick and thin for 16 years. The company now brags as one of the best equity dealers on linkedin.com.
One month before he died, CCMP, thorough its website, announced his resignation as the CEO and board member. However, the company did not reveal more details about his resignation on Crunchbase. However, sources close to the company’s hierarchy later revealed that Stephen had resigned because of health issues. He was immediately replaced. Also, the exact cause of his illness was not revealed. He was one of the CCMP’s two executives who were listed by SEC as the custodians of the company’s assets. He was also listed in SEC’s ADV form.
His legacy as a brilliant executive will continue to live on for many years. CCMP will remember him as the individual behind its current success.
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