Colville Leaving CGX at End of June
HOUSTON—Chris Colville, executive vice president and chief financial officer for Consolidated Graphics (CGX), but best known for orchestrating many of the company’s biggest deals, announced he is leaving the company at the end of June to pursue other interests.
This was the second tenure at CGX for Colville, who departed the company in 2000 to become managing director of Murphy Noell Capital in Westlake Village, CA. He returned to CGX in 2002.
Colville was with CGX in 1994, then with $49 million in annual revenues, when it went public. He helped engineer more than 50 M&A transactions as the company swelled to $1.1 billion.
“Although not a printer in the traditional sense, the printing industry has been very good to me,” Colville told Printing Impressions. “I’ve met many, many great people whom I respect and admire, including Joe Davis and Harris DeWese, among others. I wish all of my many friends in the industry the very best and thank all of them for what they have done for me.”