Former CEO Rodney Hunt’s Mansion Foreclosed

Written by on September 10, 2012 in Exec Moves, News - Comments Off

Rodney Hunt

The mansion of former RS Information Systems (RSIS) CEO Rodney Hunt will go on sale September 27th at a foreclosure auction, reported in The Washingtonian late last week.

In 2008, Wyle, Inc acquired RSIS.  The company which Hunt founded in 1992 was well known small business among senior executives around the Beltway.  Currently, Tom Anderson is the Group President at Wyle of what was the old RSIS.

The Washingtonian ranked Hunt’s home third amongst fifty in the area and said the auction will take place at the Arlington County Courthouse.

The article added that the auction house had deemed Hunt’s home “magnificent,” and some of its amenities include “ten fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen, views of the Potomac River and the Washington skyline, a detached guest house and staff quarters, a basketball court” and much more.

Go here to read the full Washingtonian article.

 

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