Stephen P. Murray was the active president and effective chief executive officer of CCMP Capital. This private equity firm–with his leadership–is focused on buyouts and growth equity transactions to name a few things. It is a private equity firm that exudes with some of Murray’s most prominent and effective ideas.
To most, he was a great investor who understood the market better than most. His clients were always grateful to work with him because he catered to their needs. These are just some of the reasons why many of those who knew Stephen Murray CCMP Capital best are mourning his passing, which happened much too early.
Murray was just 52 years of age when he passed. Murray left CCMP Capital about a month before he passed. He quoted a “health related” issue but did not offer further explanation, but he must have known it was happening soon and wanted to spend the rest of his time with with his family.
Murray left Greg Brenneman in charge of CCMP. Brenneman was saddened to hear that he passed right after that. Brenneman knows just how instrumental Murray was for the private equity firm and only offers his most deepest sympathies to Murray’s family who surely need it.
His family are not taking the loss that easily but are doing the best they can. For the most part, Murray’s family wants people to know a side of Murray that people do not usually refer to.
For one, Murray valued education and did everything he could to help his children advance. He instilled the importance of education at home to a degree that made his wife proud. In fact, Murray became the vice chairman of the board of trustees at Boston College.
Stephen Murray was also very involved with different charitable causes. For one, Murray supported the Make-a-Wish Foundation in New York. Helping children in the vulnerable state of health was one of Murray’s most important tasks.
Stephen Murray also donated to the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County. Murray even volunteered his time whenever he found some free time. There was very little that Murray did not try to do with his money and his time. It is such a shame that he had to pass on. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/stephen-p-murray#/entity
His family will definitely miss Murray and his ever-so-lovely and genuine personality.