What Illness Did John Visentin Have? Xerox CEO Dies At 59
Mr. Visentin, who took over as CEO in May 2018 and served as vice chairman, passed away after complications from an extended illness.
A Xerox official declined to comment on the specifics of that sickness or if Mr. Visentin informed the business of it.
Announcing that Steve Bandrowczak, president and chief operating officer, will serve as temporary CEO, the company described Visentin's passing as unexpected.
not really speculating, but i wonder if this is covid and they don't walk to talk about the guy being anti-vax? I mean, it's possible at least https://t.co/RkazGoFdDf— Erik Loomis (@ErikLoomis) June 30, 2022
Mr. Bandrowczak released a statement that read, "John's vision was clear, and the Xerox team will continue realizing it - not only deliver on our promises to our shareholders, customers, and partners but also to pursue John's legacy."
He was a passionate and innovative person who had a strong link with everyone; thus his untimely passing stunned everyone.