Not long ago, Stephen Murray passed on from this world. He died at the young age of 52 but he left behind him an impressive legacy of achievement in the corporate financial world as well as a record of caring about others. Murray was forced to resign as president of CCMP due to his poor health. No one at the company was fully aware of how badly he was suffering. Stephen was involved as a board member at many prestigious companies including LHP Hospital Group, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Octagon Credit Investors, Strongwood Insurance Holdings, Jetro JMDH Holdings, Infogroup Inc., and more. this is because Stephen was well known as one of the corporate world’s most brilliant problem solvers.
People were deeply saddened when they learned that Stephen had passed away. He was spoken of fondly by Greg Brenneman who is currently acting as the chairman of Stephen Murra CCMP Capital. He and Stephen worked together closely on many projects. Many prayers were given for Stephens wife and son who must now go on without their courageous and wise father. Stephen left an example that will be truly hard to follow.
Stephen spent the majority of his career working for Stephen Murray CCMP Capital which was once a part of JPMorgan partners. The company was spun off of JPMorgan back when it merged with Chase Manhattan Group in 2006. It was necessary for the growth and equity division to be bought out and that is how CCMP was born. In the new company Stephen was recognized as the most talented man and so he was offered the position of CEO. Stephen Murray CCMP Capital was known by everyone who met him to be a creative financial analyst who could find solutions to problems where others could not. Some describe him as a genius. He received many accolades while young in his career as a financial investor and rose up the ranks quickly.
He was at one point in time a bright young man studying at Boston College. He valued education and wanted to know how business worked so he proceeded to earn a Masters degree from Columbia Business School. When he finally graduated his first employer was eager to snatch him up because they knew the potential he possessed. Stephen also cared deeply about the welfare of others. He was a volunteer at the Make-A-Wish Foundation and he devoted himself to helping the neediest people in society as well. He would spend many of his weekends concerned with their problems instead of his own.
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