Jim Murry, the president of AT&T Michigan, is leaving the company at the end of the year, the company said in a three-sentence statement confirming his departure.
The company announced early Thursday morning said he “is leaving the business to pursue other opportunities” on Dec. 31 after 12 years at the company. No other details were offered.
Murry — whose Twitter bio now says “former president AT&T Michigan” — joined AT&T in 2005, after serving as deputy chief of staff to former Michigan House Speaker Rick Johnson and 14 years as a legislative aide.
In 2013, he considered a run for U.S. Senate as a Republican, reports said.
A political science major at Central Michigan University, Murry was vice president of government affairs and was named Michigan president in 2010 after taking over for Gail Torreano, who took a position with the company in Dallas.
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