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J[email protected] Chairman Found Slain

R. Theodore Ammon (pictured left), chairman of Jazz at Lincoln Center, equity executive and former venture capitalist, was found bludgeoned to death at his second home in East Hampton, N.Y. on Oct. 22.

Suffolk County police said that Ammon had died of blunt-force trauma, though they would not disclose anything more specific about the injury. Ammon had apparently been dead for several hours before his body was found at 5 p.m. last Monday, after a colleague became concerned when Ammon missed a meeting.

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