Kevin Flynn Former CEO of Renovo Dies in Bike Accident

flynn-kevinChicago, IL – August 16, 2013 – 46 year old former CEO of the much reviled Renovo Services, a major national repossession forwarding company, was cycling near his vacation home in Chikaming Township, MI, when he was struck and killed by a a car driven by a 67-year-old woman was around 5 p.m yesterday.

Renovo services, now under new ownership by the name of Primeritus, was the often topic of tirades by the repossession community and under fire for employment practices as well as one wrongful death lawsuit.

Editors Note: I met Mr. Flynn at NARS 2011 and found him to actually be a very quiet and professional man. Despite the opinions of many, he and Renovo changed the repossession industry. For better or worse, he had an impact.

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2 thoughts on “Kevin Flynn Former CEO of Renovo Dies in Bike Accident

  1. Kevin’s attendance at NARS was very controversial. Although I was questioned as to why we would allowed to come, I personally never felt like others did, and actually was honored that he thought the summit was important enough for him to attend. I found him to be a gentleman and know he will long be remembered for his roll in Renovo and how he changed the repossession industry. Rest in Peace Kevin…

  2. I too met Kevin at NARS and while we never did work for Renovo as our business models were far apart from each other, Our prayers go our to Kevin’s family and friends during this time of loss. We pray that God, as we understand Him, comforts each person and family member as they deal with the pain and sorrow of this tragic event, we ask Him to bring peace and comfort in to the homes and lives that Kevin touched, and we ask Him to extend His Mercy and Grace on the woman who was involved in the accident.

    While Kevin and Renovo were never a part of our recovery agency and we may have disagreed on policies and procedures in the recovery industry, the fact remains that we have lost someone from our “family” and one of the best things about the recovery industry is that we are “family”. It seems at time like these is when we let bygones be bygones and we pull together.

    Rest in Peace Kevin

    From all of us at Anytime Recovery

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