Stephen ‘Steve’ P. Murray was born on 2nd of August 1962. He met his death later on 12th March 2015 at the age of 52. Murray, before his death invested mostly in the private equity. He will be remembered as one of the greatest philanthropists that lived. CCMP Capital received services from Murray as the president and the chief executive officer.
Murray diligently extended his philanthropy at Make-A-Wish Foundation found in Metro of New York, Boston College, and Columbia Business School. At Boston College board of trustees, Murray exercised his leadership skills on the board as the Vice Chairman. At Make-A-Wish Foundation coordinator’s council, he was a proactive and dedicated member.
Murray joined Boston College in his youth and graduated with a degree in economics in 1984. He then entered Columbia Business School to further his studies and earned himself a master’s degree in business administration in 1989.
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Murray’s career history started way back in 1984 at Manufacturers Hanover Corporation, where he participated in the training program of the credit analysts on Wikipedia. In 1988, Murray started working with MH Equity Corporation. The Corporation merged with Chemical Venture Partners in 1991 after Chemical Bank purchased Manufactures Hanover. JP Morgan Partners appointed him as the head of buyout business in 2005. Murray was named Chief Executive Officer of CCMP in 2007.
Aramark, AMC Entertainment, The Vitamin Shoppe, Generac Power Systems, Cabela’s Pinnacle Foods, Legacy Hospital Partners and Warner Chilcott are the major companies that Stephen P. Murray served on board.
Stephen ‘Steve’ P. Murray, resigned as the Chief Executive Officer of CCMP Capital Advisors in February 2015 for health reasons. Murray stepped down from his responsibility in the company that he served for approximately two and a half decades. Chairperson Greg Brenneman took over the mantle after his resignation. On 12 March 2015, a spokeswoman for the New York-based company by the name Alexandra LaManna confirmed his death in an e-mail. Murray died at the age of 52, leaving behind his bundles of joy and pride Tami A. Murray, his wife now a widower with the responsibility of bringing up their four sons.
Stephen ‘Steve’ P. Murray will forever be remembered for his great works and dedication in CCMP Capital Advisors on wsj.com. He contributed significantly in stabilizing of the company since 1989, as it underwent through ownership changes before it sustained in 2006. Dust to Dust, Ashes to Ashes. May His Soul Rest in Eternal Peace.
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