Stephen Murray, from a youthful age, has always been a financial visionary. Graduating from Boston College in 1984 with a degree in Economics, Mr. Murray would set about climbing the corporate ladder by joining Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company as a credit trainee. Through hard work Mr. Murray would eventually gain the title of vice president of middle market lending with Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company on fortune.com. In 1989 the Manufacturers Hanover Trust would become part of JP Morgan investors. Mr. Murray stayed on with this role of JP Morgan until 2006.
2006 saw Steve Murray become a foundation partner of CCMP, a firm created for growth equity investments and mid-level buyouts. This business was a separate branch of JP Morgan and had a good year last year with a 3.6 billion dollar fund.
Mr. Steve Murray was a skilled financial investor, but will be better known to friends and family for his generous and modest spirit. Mr Murray enjoyed helping different charitable organizations achieve goals to assist the general public. Mr. Murray served on the board of the Make a Wish Foundation in New York on rcactrack.com as well as numerous other charitable organizations such as; the food bank of Lower Fairfield County. Loved for his kind nature, Mr. Murray was known around his community as a compassionate family man whose love and pride in his fours sons were evident.
Mr. Steve Murray passed away peacefully in his Connecticut house on March 12 after a bout of an undisclosed illness. Continuing with his service to the public in mind, the family has been asking in lieu of flowers that donations be made to local food banks.