Database Marketer Bzezensky Dies

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Database industry executive Robert Bzezensky, president of ICT Group's Database Marketing Services, died April 1. He was 63.


Bzezensky joined ICT Group in 2000 to launch the teleservices company's database marketing unit. A 20-year veteran of the industry, Bzezensky had worked as an independent consultant, providing service to companies including AT&T, Texaco, Doubleday, Aetna U.S. Healthcare and T. Rowe Price.


Bzezensky also held executive positions at DirectCom Inc., a database marketing systems supplier. He was a member of the Direct Marketing Association, American Teleservices Association and American Statistical Society.


He is survived by his wife and three children.


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