Former CAO of Kingston Gerard Hunt has died
Gerard Hunt recently left his position as CAO due to health complications.Copy link Kingston’s former chief administrative officer (CAO), Gerard Hunt, has died, according to Mayor Bryan Paterson. In a tweet put out Tuesday, Paterson announced Hunt’s death. Hunt acted as the city’s CAO for a decade before he resigned last year. READ MORE: “Gerard was a colleague and a friend, and it was a privilege to have worked with him during his tenure of over 10 years as CAO,” Paterson said. Trending Stories Read more: Global National
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