Phoenix Finance Director Dies From Injuries

Watts, Jim
December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/10/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32027, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the death of Phoenix finance Ltd. director Kevin Keogh . Scottsdale police states that Keogh apparently climbed onto the top of his moving car through the sunroof, stretched out his arms, and then jumped or fell from the ear. The cruise control on Keogh's car had been set at 50 miles per hour. Keogh's body was found approximately 300 feet away from the wreck after a witness notified police of the accident on Camelback Road. Investigators haven't ruled whether the death was intentional. Keogh had built an experienced, knowledgeable staff in the finance department.


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