The property now is held in the name of Harrison’s wife, Jeannie Harrison. They have a homestead exemption.
And the Harrison family’s Double H Farm owns a 22-acre property in Wellington.
Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Harrison was a long-time railroad executive who made his career turning around railroads.
“With the passing of Hunter Harrison, CSX has suffered a major loss. Notwithstanding that loss, the Board is confident that Jim Foote, as acting Chief Executive Officer, and the rest of the CSX team will capitalize on the changes that Hunter has made,” Edward J. Kelly III, Chairman of the CSX Board of Directors, said.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.