Mark Wallace 50, CSX Executive Has Died From Cancer Complications
CSX Executive Vice President Mark Wallace has passed away at age 50 due to complications from cancer .
Mark joined the railroad during Hunter Harrison’s tenure as CEO after serving as Harrison’s chief of staff at both Canadian National and Canadian Pacific.
Wallace joined CSX as executive vice president of corporate affairs and chief of staff in spring 2017. Mark was named executive vice president of sales and marketing in July 2018, and moved into an advisory role in June of this year as he underwent cancer treatment.
“Mark’s acumen, energy and integrity helped drive the company’s overall transformation and more recently played a pivotal role in the ongoing cultural transformation of CSX,” “He helped set our course toward achieving a revolutionary vision for the company.” Foote said.