And then there were… five.
For those who have been following my posts on such matters… here we have another passing in the major banking community, and his LinkedIn reveals interesting details about his position within the bank–especially when you put it in the context of the other deaths among such men recently.
From the Stamford Daily Voice: “Ryan Henry Crane, 37, Of Stamford, Worked For J.P. Morgan.”
Ryan Henry Crane of Stamford died Monday, Feb. 3. He was 37.
Crane was born Jan. 8, 1977, and grew up in Long Valley, N.J. He graduated from The Delbarton School in Morristown in 1995. He graduated from Harvard University in 1999, after which he spent the next 14 years at J.P. Morgan in New York. He was an executive director in the Global Equities Group.
Crane is survived by his wife, Lauren (nee Pizzotti); son, Harry; parents Mary Jo and Lex of Long Valley, N.J.; brother, Lex of Denver, Colo.; sister, Allison; brother-in-law, John Archard of Arvada, Colo.; parents-in-law, Steve and Carol Pizzotti of Reading, Mass.; brothers- and sisters-in-law, David and Heather Pizzotti of Upper Arlington, Ohio, Stephen and Kristin Pizzotti and Chris and Felicia Pizzotti of Reading, Mass.; five nephews, three nieces; aunts, uncles; and cousins.
It’s becoming an epidemic.
See my earlier post: Why Are Bankers Dying?