Skip to comments.Acting head of Freddie Mac commits suicide
Posted on 04/22/2009 5:14:09 AM PDT by xtinct
The acting head of Freddie Mac, David Kellermann, has apparently committed suicide, Fairfax County Police tell WTOP. Fairfax County Police spokeswoman Mary Anne Jennings says Kellermann, 41, was found at his Hunter Mill Estates home Wednesday morning.
Jennings says police responded to the home after family members called police around 5 a.m.
"We were called from inside the house to come investigate an apparent suicide," Jennings says.
Because of legal ramifications, Jennings says she can't describe the nature of the suicide.
"We're not to give you details of the condition of the body, except to say it was an apparent suicide," Jennings says.
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One less, seems like a deck chair off the titanic......
Let's hope it wasn't the "pitchforks" that the current President mentioned as a threat to AIG executives. Regardless, a very sad state of affairs when someone takes their own life.
Godspeed to his family.
Remember under Clinton? Vince Foster committed “suicide” also. NOT!
Looks like he was seeing promising future that he wanted to be part of.
Wondering if blood ran up hill again....
Either that or, he knew he was going to jail for something.
The conspiracy nuts will have a field day with this.
Perhaps he killed himself because of pangs of conscience. His seat was the epicenter of the spark that ignited the global economic meltdown. As an accountant, he had to have seen it all.
I hope he didn’t address any “In the event of my death” envelopes to the NY Times. :-(
How sad to have no hope. Prayers for his family.
... “with an infinitely more distinguished public record than yours, Admiral Boorda committed suicide when he may have committed a minor mistake”, the Tom Lantos solution...
He just took over in September...
“David B. Kellermann, MS 00, is vice president of the mortgage portfolio investment process of Freddie Mac in McLean, Va. He is responsible for managing and coordinating all aspects of mortgage portfolio activity including the business, financial reporting, tax, and other operational issues and risks with other affected areas within the company. He previously served as director of mortgage portfolio strategy with the company. He has been with Freddie Mac since 1992. Kellerman resides in Vienna, Va”
He knew too much!
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that this is the acting CFO, not CEO.
My heart be still!
Oh no. Not my own list.
Or preparing to blow the whistle????
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