It is with deep sadness writing about the passing of Maureen. I had the privilege to know Maureen for almost twenty years.
Working together at many leading healthcare IT companies, Maureen was a true leader, mentor, and most importantly a friend. She was a driven warrior for change and had high expectations from those that she worked with but none more than of herself.
I learned so much from Maureen throughout my career and will miss our conversations that ranged from strategy and planning on the launch of a new company to sports and her love of the Penguins, Steeler, and of course tennis. Maureen shared a personal side that few others had the opportunity to see or know. I will miss that greatly.
Maureen was a deeply private person who loved her mom, dad, and sister very much and spoke of them with great pride. Her getaway trips to wine country were therapeutic escapes from the pressures of work as were her two rescue doggies.
I am grateful to count Maureen as a friend and am a better person thanks to the wisdom that she shared with me.
I will miss Maureen very much.