Rob Healy

Robert P. Healy (born April 13, 1964) is a private equity professional and former military officer and American football player. He played quarterback for Army[1] and was the MVP of the 1985 Peach Bowl. CPT Healy served nine years in the military and participated in the United States invasion of Panama in 1989, where he was decorated for valor in combat. He later graduated from the Harvard Business School and now is a managing partner with Chicago Growth Partners, a large leverage buyout firm in Chicago. Healy was formerly a partner with ClearLight Partners, another private equity firm.[2][3] In 2000, he was a principal with William E. Simon & Sons.[4]

He is also the President of the Army Football Club.

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External links

  • Chicago Growth Partners profile
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