Judson Bergman, Mary Miller, Berkant Ramadan Ahmed and Emilie Ross, have been identified by authorities as the four deceased individuals in an apparent wrong-way collision that occurred on October 3 in San Francisco. Mr. Bergman, a 62-year-old financial tech executive and the founder and CEO of Envestent, and  his wife, Ms. Miller, 57, both residents of Chicago, were in a taxi that was travelling north on the 101. The driver was Berkant Ramadan Ahmed, a 42-year-old San Carlos resident. At roughly 12:30 a.m. the taxi encountered a Volkswagen that was driven by Emilie Ross, a 34-year-old Hillsborough resident, that was headed southward and was the subject of a number of 911 calls warning of a wrong way driver. A four individuals tragically perished in the accident. The case is currently under investigation.

We extend our deepest condolences to the friends and families of all of the deceased during this difficult time.

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