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James Hartigan
Former United Airlines CEO, Barrington resident 'saw the future of aviation'
A former chairman, CEO and president of United Airlines has died. James Hartigan, 95, of Barrington, died Saturday of natural causes, his family announced in a news release. A native of Brooklyn, New York, Hartigan started working for United in 1942 as a junior passenger agent.
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