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Kaiser Permanente CEO Tyson dies unexpectedly at 60

3 monthes ago   |   By Chron

Health care provider Kaiser Permanente says its chairman and CEO, Bernard Tyson, has died unexpectedly at the age of 60.
No other details were provided in the company's announcement, which said that Tyson died in his sleep early Sunday.
The board of directors has named Executive Vice President Gregory Adams as interim chairman and CEO.
Executive Committee Chair Edward Pei says Tyson was "an exceptional colleague, a passionate leader and an honorable man."
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Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard J. Tyson has died unexpectedly at the age of 60

Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard J. Tyson has died unexpectedly at the age of 60

3 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Bernard J. Tyson, chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, unexpectedly died in his sleep on November 10 at the age of 60, according to the company.
The company called the executive "an outstanding leader, visionary and champion for high-quality, affordable health care for all Americans, Bernard was a tireless advocate for Kaiser Permanente, our members and the communities we serve."
Tyson was at the company for more than 34 years, has served as CEO since 2013 and assumed the role of chairman in January 2014.
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