Jerry York, dead at 71, for real

Discussion in 'Professional Trading' started by tmarket, Mar 18, 2010.

  1. Poor guy sat on Apples' board, helped Steve Jobs get his liver in Memphis, taught Jobs how to wear black turtlenecks properly, dies at 71.


    ""Jerry joined Apple's Board in 1997 when most doubted the company's future. He has been a pillar of financial and business expertise and insight on our board for over a dozen years," Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs said.

    York, 71, also served as president and chief executive of Harwinton Capital.

    York was born in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1938. He graduated from the United States Military Academy, and received an MS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from the University of Michigan."
  2. but 71 is pretty old
  3. Very odd and idiosyncratic trait as evidenced by that image.

    Many, many people will never see it.
  4. They all dress the same at Apple huh? Are they a cult or something?

  5. When and if you get there, let us know if you still thing so. ;-)

  6. You have to ask?
  7. Anyone notice that he bit his nails on his left hand and then grew them abnormally long on his right?

  8. That's usually a sign of someone who plays classical guitar. Long nails on the picking hand and short on the fretboard.