Colorado Ceo Commits Suicide With A Nail Gun As Company Comes Under Investigation – Ny Daily News

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Mr Talley had allegedly been having trouble with his business before he took his own life in Colorado

Talleys company, American Title Services, was under investigation by the Colorado Division of Insurance. Its unclear what investigators sought from the company, which Talley founded in 2001. Talley served as CEO for the title company, which has nine officers, including its headquarters in Centennial. Tally is survived by Cheryl, his wife of 25 years, and two children, Jill and Patrick. I would like to thank you all for your thoughts, prayers, meals and outpouring of love that Jill, Patrick and I have received, Cheryl wrote on Facebook on Thursday. We feel so blessed by the angels who have surrounded us in this time of mourning and grieving for the loss of our love, Richard. A funeral is set for Saturday. Talley was a University of Miami and Northwestern University graduate.
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It requires the nose of the nail gun to be placed firmly on the work piece before the manual trigger is pulled for a nail to be discharged from the gun. This type of trigger makes unintentional nail discharge less likely. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that a little over half of the injuries from contact-trip tools used in the residential construction industry could be prevented if a sequential-trip trigger was used. Injuries caused by nail gun use include being shot by a nail from a nail gun, being struck by the nail gun or hose from a compressor, and injuries to the musculoskeletal (muscle or bone) system or eyes. The majority of consumer and work-related injuries were from puncture wounds or wounds that contained a foreign body resulting from a nail shot through an individuals body part or a nail shot through construction material into an individual. Most injuries were to the hand or fingers, but eye and dental injuries occurred as well as electrical burns and noise-induced hearing difficulty.
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Richard M. Talley, founder and CEO of American Title Services, was found dead in his Colorado home Tuesday with self-inflicted wounds from a nail gun. Talley is seen here with his wife, Cheryl.

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Mr Talley has been married to his wife Cheryl since 1989. He moved to Colorado from Chicago where he was a regional finance officer for Drexel Burnham Lambert. Cheryl serves as the company’s Director of Marketing for the tile company, which was founded in 2000. The couple has two children. Hospital forced to deny that Michael Schumacher is dead after rumours sweep social media He attended the University of Miami and Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management. The Post also claimed that Talley had once said he was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic swimming team’ – but a spokesman for USA Swimming refuted this and said he was not ever on the team.
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