According to a statement from Xerox, John Visentin, the vice chairman and CEO of the firm, unexpectedly passed away on Tuesday, June 28, at the age of 59, as a result of complications from a preexisting disease.
The Xerox family expressed their deep sorrow at this unexpected tragedy and sent its condolences to Visentin’s wife, his five daughters, and his family.
According to the corporation, Visentin joined the organization in May 2018 and led it through unusual circumstances and difficulties. According to Xerox, his strategy guaranteed the company’s dominant position in office and production print technologies and increased its focus on using cutting-edge goods to address societal problems.
Between 2011 and 2012, Visentin served as HPE’s senior vice president and general manager of enterprise services before joining Xerox. Additionally, he spent almost ten years working with IBM, most notably from 2007 to 2011 as general manager of integrated technology services in North America.
“Since he started working there in May 2018, John has advanced Xerox. James Nelson, the chairman of Xerox’s board, said that as a champion for innovation, he embraced and enhanced Xerox’s legacy as a print and services provider and set out on a transformative journey that expanded the company’s
expertise and offerings to digital and IT services, financial services, and disruptive technologies. “John’s passion, vigor, and dedication to the company, its clients, partners, and workers will be sorely missed.”
John Visentin’s weight loss before and after photos
There hasn’t been any record of John’s weight loss. These are his recent pictures: