President of casino company dies in watercraft accident – Beaumont Enterprise


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The head of a casino company died Saturday in a watercraft accident while vacationing in Michigan, the company announced.

Richard J. Haskins, president of Red Rock Resorts Inc. and Station Casinos LLC, which owns 20 casinos in Nevada, died, the company said in a statement. Its properties include the Palms Resort near the Las Vegas Strip.

The company did not provide details about the accident.


Haskins joined Red Rock in 1995 as general counsel of the company’s Midwest operations. He had served as president of Red Rock Resorts and Station Casinos since October 2015

Frank Fertitta III, the CEO and chairman of the board of directors, praised Haskins.

“Words cannot express what Rich has meant to the Company and to me in the 25 years he has been with Station Casinos. He was a trusted advisor, a brilliant strategist, a steady hand in good times and in bad and most important – a friend to all,” Fertitta said.



The company said it will start efforts to find a successor.



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