The man who shot his boss before taking his own life in a downtown Chicago office building was a high-ranking executive of a technology company, officials told the Los Angeles Times.
Anthony DeFrances, 60, of
Chicago Police Supt.
There was a struggle, and DeFrances shot the CEO twice before turning the gun on himself, McCarthy said.
The shooting took place in the offices of ArrowStream, a technology company, according to the medical examiner's office.
ArrowStream's CEO is Steven LaVoie, a 54-year-old married father of three, according to the company website. He previously worked in finance and food services management and holds a master's degree from Yale and a bachelor’s from UC Berkeley.