Andrew J. Schindler

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This article is part of the Tobacco portal on Sourcewatch funded from 2006 - 2009 by the American Legacy Foundation.

Andrew J. Schindler was an R.J. Reynolds President and CEO from 1994-present. (N.M. Tobacco Companies Personnel List)

In April, 1997, Andrew Schindler's 3-story, North Carolina home was destroyed in a fire. The suspected cause was a discarded cigarette butt. [1]

Tobacco industry documents

Related Sourcewatch resources

The Frank Statement original draft


  1. Cigarette Butt Is Suspected in $1 Million Fire: Tobacco Executive's Home On Private N.C. Isle Burns The Washington Post, April 23, 1997, page A03, writer John Schwartz

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