Humana's longest-serving director, David Jones Jr., is planning to retire after 30 years on the company's board, WDRB reported March 20.
Mr. Jones, the son of Humana co-founder David Jones Sr., joined the board in 1993 and is the longest-tenured member on the board by 10 years. He will remain a director of the Humana Fund, the company's charitable foundation, WDRB reported.
Mr. Jones, who directs venture fund Chrysalis Ventures, told WDRB the company is "in great shape."
"I'm proud of the board that we have, and I'm excited about the strategy. But, you know, we all have a limited number of days and to everything, there is a season … It's just the right time," he said.
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