The investment management consulting industry lost two of its members this month to cancer.
Jeffrey K. Feldman, managing director of RogersCasey, Darien, Conn., died Dec. 14. Michael H. Davis, former chief executive of The Wyatt Co., died Dec. 9
Mr. Feldman, 32, was a member of RogersCasey's executive committee and had worked for the firm since graduating from Yale University 10 years ago. He concentrated on asset allocation and product development.
Contributions in Mr. Feldman's name can be made to the ACBL Educational Foundation of the Connecticut Bridge Association, c/o Judy Prescott, 1500 Huntington Turnpike, Trumbull, Conn., 06611.
Mr. Davis, 58, spent 34 years at Wyatt and headed the Washington-based employee benefits consulting firm from 1989 until his retirement last year.
During his years at the firm, Mr. Davis worked to position the firm as a total human resources consulting firm, helped in the expansion into Asia, Europe and Latin America, and worked in developing software applications and services.
Mr. Davis remained active in the debate over the nation's retirement income policy, and served as fellow at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.