February 2017-Oshkosh, Wisconsin
According to US News, the sheriff of Winnebago County reports that former Thrivent Investment Management stock broker Jean A. Walsh-Josephson and her husband, Dewey Josephson, were found shot to death in a murder-suicide. The couple was in the middle of a two week trial for allegedly stealing money from elderly clients.
The couple was found in their home in Town of Utica after they failed to show up for trial Monday morning, February 27, 2017.
Public records disclose that Walsh-Josephson worked for Thrivent Investment Management from 7/1996-9/2015 when she was discharged following being criminally charged for forgery and theft. She was permanently barred from the securities industry by FINRA in 1/2016.
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