22 January 2020
Industry Loses Stuart Graham
COLLINGWOOD, ONTARIO— 
Stuart Graham former owner of Canadian Fine Color
Stuart Graham former owner of Canadian Fine Color
Industry veteran  Stuart Graham passed away on January 11th. Stuart took over his fathers company Canadian Fine Color and turned it into a national company with offices across the country. Canadian Fine Color was an ink manufacturer and a supplied dealer to Canadian printers. Stuart graduated from Ryerson Institute of Technology in 1955. He was actively involved in the industry and was a member of Canadian Printing Industries Association. Ontario Printing Industries Association, Ink Manufactures Association, PESDA and was a founding member of Wayzgoose Society in Toronto. He  had  his own take on what was right and wrong in the printing industry. In 1992 Canadian Fine Color won the Canadian Award of Business Excellence for their work on in emissions reduction . He sold Canadian Fine Color to Sunchemical in the late nineties, He move to Collingwood after retiring but still kept in touch with a lot of people in the industry and was active in the Wayzgoose Society.  
Comments:
2. Pat Valente says:
11 April 2020 at 6:55 PM
I worked at Canadian Fine Color from 1978 to 1997, when the Company was sold
1. Bayne Smith says:
23 January 2020 at 7:01 AM
I had the pleasure of knowing Mr Graham at my first company (Ashton Potter) back in late 80's \ early 90's...fine gentleman , contributed so much to the industry.
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