Agilex’s LaRose Dead at 65

Robert LaRose, president and cheif executive officer of Agilex Technologies, Inc. died Monday.  He was 65. 

Agilex was the third company founded by LaRose, described in his bio on the company website as an entrepreneur focused on developing firms that specialize in software applications and integration services for government and commercial customers. 

He founded Advanced Technology, Inc. in 1976, his first company, before selling it to a division of Black & Decker for $140 million in 1988.  He then started Integic Corp., a healthcare-focused operation, which was subsequently sold to Northrup Grumman for $300 million in 2005.

LaRose founded Agilex in 2007.  The firm focuses on business and mission consulting, software and solution development, and systems integration services.   

Funeral arrangements have not been announced. 

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