The finance director of John Lewis has died unexpectedly, aged 55.
Ian Alexander, who was also deputy chairman of the partnership, died on
Sunday of a haemorrhage of a major blood vessel.
Sir Stuart Hampson, chairman of John Lewis, said: ‘The Partnership has been
deprived of a highly talented and committed colleague. We are all terribly
shocked and saddened by Ian’s sudden and unexpected death and our thoughts go
out to his family and his friends.’
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