Update: ABN Amro former CEO found dead (Dutch Bank)

It would be an odd name to have two in the same area it looks.

(h/t hyz)

A biker, Joseph A. Giampapa, 56, was killed by a minivan

It also happens that JP Morgan’s commercial bankruptcy lawyer has the same name. The obituary however:


Giampapa Joseph A. Giampapa, husband, lawyer, and cyclist, tragically lost his life-in the prime of his life-while bicycling on Saturday, March 22, 2014 near Troy, Ohio. He was the only son of JoAnn and Amiel Giampapa of Columbus, Ohio. Joe, a graduate of Walnut Ridge High School and The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, practiced law at Carlile Patchen & Murphy; Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur, LLP; and some 20 years ago, joined the bankruptcy workout department at Chase (Banc One). Joe was proud to be a lawyer and loved his work. Before moving to the Chase Polaris location, he enjoyed being a part of the downtown business scene.
The chase in jp morgan chase…


The banker suicide saga has just reached a new level as a top level JPMorgan attorney has been exterminated in a hit & run incident involving a minivan.
JPM attorney Joseph Giampapa was killed over the weekend when he was struck by a minivan in a hit and run incident.  Giampapa was reportedly hit and thrown 150 ft and was pronounced dead at the scene.  No charges have been filed.
It gets better:  Giampapa was JPMorgan’s top commercial bankruptcy lawyer (SVP).
Somehow we suspect the incident was not inflicted by a soccer mom.

The JP Morgan outside counsel manual, listing Giampapa as their Commercial Bank Bankruptcy SVP:

Commercial Bank Bankruptcy & Workout
Joseph Giampapa, SVP and Associate General Counsel


Giampapa’s legal profile:


The Columbus Dispatch’s coverage of the incident:


A Northwest Side bicyclist was struck and killed while taking a ride in Miami County yesterday.

Joseph A. Giampapa, 56, was biking north on Troy-Sidney Road near Loy Road in Piqua just after 11 a.m. when a minivan struck him from behind, Miami County Deputy Todd Tennant said.

Giampapa was pronounced dead at the scene. The minivan driver, Thomas G. Davis, 78, was at fault, Tennant said, but charges haven’t been filed.

Giampapa was taking part in a 200-kilometer ride from Springfield to Quincy to Troy and back, but he was by himself when he was hit. He was wearing his helmet and safety gear required as part of the ride, Tennant said.


Veteran cyclist killed by minivan knew the dangers all too well

Here are the links to the JPMorgan Lawyer :