The Hartford announced the death of former CEO, Chairman and President Liam McGee on Monday. McGee was 60 and had been battling cancer the last two years. Liam E. McGee most recently served as Executive Chairman of The Hartford, a position from which he stepped down on January 5, 2015, and previously held the additional roles of Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Hartford from October 1, 2009, through July 1, 2014. Before joining The Hartford, McGee spent more than three decades as a financial services business leader, most recently serving as president of the Consumer and Small Business Bank for Bank of America Corporation. In that role, he oversaw the bank’s more than 5,000 branches, then the largest network in the nation. McGee oversaw much of the company’s increased focus on property/casualty lines in recent years.
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