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WY: Former CAMC chief executive dies on hunting trip

October 31, 2010

A former Charleston Area Medical Center chief executive died while hunting elk in Wyoming, family members confirmed Sunday.

Philip Goodwin, who served as chief executive officer of CAMC for nearly 20 years, died of natural causes, according to his son, Grey.

"It's all fresh to us," Grey said. "It's been less than 24 hours."

Hunters found Goodwin near a tree stand he had set up in the woods. Goodwin went on the trip with a guide, but they apparently were stationed in different places when he died, Grey said.

"He was doing what he loved to do," Grey said.

Goodwin retired from CAMC in 2000. He was 70. Funeral arrangements were incomplete Sunday.

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