A Wells Fargo executive from Charlotte who died in a Minnesota hotel last month died from natural causes, according to a report released Friday by police.
Deputy Chief Vic Poyer, spokesman for the Bloomington, Minn., police department, said Friday that the department is closing its case on Anne Doss, who headed Wells Fargo’s personal and small-business insurance division.
Doss was 56 when she died Aug. 14 at a Sofitel hotel in Bloomington, south of Minneapolis.
Her sudden death shocked family members, who said she was healthy and exercised regularly. Doss was on a business trip for Wells Fargo at the time of her death. Minneapolis is the bank’s second-largest employee hub, after Charlotte.
Poyer said the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office finding released Friday is unchanged from the initial ruling it issued the day after Doss’ death.
San Francisco-based Wells Fargo named Doss to the insurance division position in December. Prior to that, she led Wells Fargo’s insurance national practices and special risk group. A successor has not been named.
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