Hartford Life Names Marra as President

Reich-Hale, David
November 2001
American Banker;11/8/2001, Vol. 166 Issue 215, p9
Trade Publication
Reports the succession of Thomas M. Marra as president of Hartford Life Financial Services Group in the United States. Career background; Functions and responsibilities of Marra as president of the company; Achievements and attainments.


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