FORT WORTH: Former JPS chief to leave advisory role
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, February 2, 2009
David Cecero will leave his position as adviser to the JPS Health Network board on Feb. 1, just days before a vote is taken on his successor as CEO of the taxpayer-supported hospital system. Cecero, 54, announced in April that he was retiring and would become an adviser to the board from October 2008 to July 2009. The board, however, removed him as CEO and named an interim replacement in late May. Cecero continued as an adviser and helped select an executive search firm to find his replacement.
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