Harold R. Roth, Executive Vice President
Hal Roth begins his 25th year with the Colorado Rockies. He has served as the Rockies' chief financial officer since August 1993 and as general counsel since the summer of 2000. Roth is responsible for all the financial and legal functions of the club, including accounting, banking, insurance, contracts and litigation. He also currently serves as a trustee of Major League Baseball's Non-Uniformed Personnel Pension Plan, as well as being a member of the MLB Insurance Committee.
Prior to joining the club, Roth was a partner with the public accounting firm of Coopers & Lybrand for 19 years, 1975-93, where he specialized in taxation. He holds a bachelor's degree from Albion College, an M.B.A. and J.D. from the University of Denver and an L.L.M (in taxation) from New York University. Roth is also a certified public accountant (inactive).
Roth has served on a variety of charitable boards, including the Colorado Council on Economic Education, Colorado Children's Chorale, the Colorado Neurological Institute and Seniors Inc. He is currently an advisor to DECA, a high school business program. Roth's hobbies include golf, skiing and hiking in Colorado and Wyoming during the summer. Hal and his wife, Connie, reside in Englewood and have two sons, Rory (wife, Lisa) and Reilly (wife, Laura) and one granddaughter, Penelope.