Southwest (LUV) Loses Superstar in Teresa Laraba

Steve Kanaval |

“It’s a deeply sad day at Southwest Airlines as we share the news of Teresa’s death,” Chief Executive Officer Gary Kelly said in the statement. “Teresa Laraba contributed so much to Southwest Airlines during her more than 30 years with the company and she will be forever in our hearts.”



Laraba took on new responsibilities with the retirement a month ago of Ginger Hardage, who was Southwest’s senior vice president of culture and communications. I had the pleasure of talking to Teresa many times during my days covering Southwest Airlines (LUV). She was smart,kind and professional. She was also one of the best C-Suite customer service executives corporate governance has ever seen. Teresa was 53.

Laraba will be missed by many, not the least being her family. Southwest will miss her leadership and presence. I am sad to report the loss of this great, great human being !! I will miss you Teresa

DISCLOSURE: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors, and do not represent the views of equities.com. Readers should not consider statements made by the author as formal recommendations and should consult their financial advisor before making any investment decisions. To read our full disclosure, please go to: http://www.equities.com/disclaimer

Companies

Symbol Name Price Change % Volume
LUV Southwest Airlines Company 59.37 0.74 1.26 4,905,769 Trade

Comments

Emerging Growth

Lomiko Metals Inc.

Lomiko Metals Inc is an exploration stage company. It is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of resource properties. Its projects include Vines Lake project and Quatre - Milles…

Private Markets

Voleo

Voleo is a free download that allows you to form investment clubs with your friends, family, colleagues, classmates, teammates…basically anyone you know and trust. Invest and manage a stock portfolio…

iPRO Network, LLC

We provide the platform, tools, and resources to empower individuals and professionals to market desirable goods and services to the public, taking the place of traditional methods of commerce.