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Boulevard Riverside Chapel

1450 Broadway
Hewlett, NY 11557
(516) 295-3100
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Boulevard Riverside Chapels

1450 Broadway
Hewlett, NY 11557
(718) 327-7100
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Nevada's Ralph Whitworth, activist investor, dies at 60 - Reno Gazette Journal

Monday, October 03, 2016

In an obituary on its website, the Wall Street Journal called Whitworth “a leading pioneer in activist investing who sparked change at companies like Home Depot and Hewlett-Packard.” He served on 11 corporate boards in the U.S., and his San Diego-based company, Relational Investors LLC, once had $6 billion in assets.Whitworth was a Lowry High School and University of Nevada, Reno graduate.A 2003 profile of Whitworth published in the RGJ reported that Whitworth and his family committed $1 million to fund a tutoring program aimed at helping high school students in Humboldt County prepare for college.According to information from the Ferraro Group, he also established the Ralph Whitworth Scholar Leader Scholarship Endowment at UNR, which benefits students in the College of Business scholar leader program. He also gave funds for the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center and other causes through the UNR Foundation.Whitworth was often asked to present his views before the U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, New York Stock Exchange Board and Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and was a regular on cable news business programs, according to the Ferraro Group news release.In 2014, the Forbes Leadership Forum website ran a story with the headline, “Why Ralph Whitworth May Be America’s Best Bo...

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Nevada's Ralph Whitworth, activist investor, dies at 60 - Reno Gazette Journal

Monday, October 03, 2016

In an obituary on its website, the Wall Street Journal called Whitworth “a leading pioneer in activist investing who sparked change at companies like Home Depot and Hewlett-Packard.” He served on 11 corporate boards in the U.S., and his San Diego-based company, Relational Investors LLC, once had $6 billion in assets.Whitworth was a Lowry High School and University of Nevada, Reno graduate.A 2003 profile of Whitworth published in the RGJ reported that Whitworth and his family committed $1 million to fund a tutoring program aimed at helping high school students in Humboldt County prepare for college.According to information from the Ferraro Group, he also established the Ralph Whitworth Scholar Leader Scholarship Endowment at UNR, which benefits students in the College of Business scholar leader program. He also gave funds for the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center and other causes through the UNR Foundation.Whitworth was often asked to present his views before the U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, New York Stock Exchange Board and Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and was a regular on cable news business programs, according to the Ferraro Group news release.In 2014, the Forbes Leadership Forum website ran a story with the headline, “Why Ralph Whitworth May Be America’s Best Bo...