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Robert P. May

AKA Robert Patrick May

Born: 5-May-1949
Birthplace: Boston, MA
Died: 2-Apr-2011
Location of death: Palm Beach, FL
Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: CEO of Calpine, 2005-08

Military service: USMC (discharged 1970)

Father: Robert F. May
Mother: Dorothy McHugh
Sister: Mary McHugh (d.)
Brother: Francis May (d.)
Sister: Dorothy McDermott
Brother: Joe May
Sister: Joanne Fay
Sister: Donna Trickett
Sister: Debbie Lonergan
Sister: Jackie Leonard
Wife: Marilyn May (until his death, five sons)
Son: Ryan Patrick May
Son: Charles Hagan May
Son: Jonathan Richard Hart
Son: Robert Patrick May, Jr.
Son: Jeffrey Michael May

    High School: Brookline High School, Brookline, MA
    University: Curry College (attended)
    University: Boston College (attended)

    Calpine CEO (2005-08)
    Charter Communications Interim CEO (2005)
    HealthSouth Interim CEO (2003-04)
    HealthSouth Interim President, Outpatient and Diagnostic Divison (2003-04)
    RPM Systems Principal (2001-03)
    PNV, Inc. CEO (1999-2001)
    PNV, Inc. President (1998-2001)
    Cablevision Systems COO (1996-98)
    Towne Air Freight COO (1995-96)
    Intelligent Electronics CEO, Intelogics Division (1993-95)
    FedEx President, Business Logistics Services
    FedEx (1973-93)
    Member of the Board of Cablevision Systems (1996-98)
    Member of the Board of Calpine (2005-08)
    Member of the Board of Charter Communications (2005-?)
    Member of the Board of HealthSouth (as Chairman, 2004-05)
    Deutsche Bank Advisory Board, Deutsche Bank Americas
    John McCain 2008
    McCain 2000
    McCain Victory Committee


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