Moore Announces Death Of R. Theodore Ammon, Non-Executive Chairman
Press release from the issuing company
TORONTO & STAMFORD, Conn.--Oct. 23, 2001--Robert G. Burton, President and Chief Executive Officer of Moore Corporation Limited today announced the sudden death of the company's non-executive Chairman, R. Theodore Ammon.
Mr. Ammon, 52, was found at his home in East Hampton, New York last evening. The East Hampton Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding Mr. Ammon's death.
Robert G. Burton, President and Chief Executive Officer stated: "I have known and worked with Ted Ammon for over twelve years and I am stunned and saddened regarding his passing. Ted was a respected business associate and a close personal friend. I mourn his passing, however, I am grateful for and will fondly remember the time we spent together.''
Mr. Burton added: "Ted was elected non-executive Chairman barely 90 days ago, and while he was not involved in the day-to-day business, I will miss his insight as well as his friendship. On behalf of Moore and all of us that knew Ted, I want to convey our respect and condolences to his family, especially to his two young children. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family as they begin to cope with their loss.''
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