Cal Poly’s Raymond J. Prince Graphic Communication Future Leader Scholarship Endowment, which was established in honor of printing industry veteran Ray Prince, who passed away May 1, 2020, reached a milestone in its fundraising efforts by procuring an initial $30,000.
Raymond J. Prince
On this episode of The Week that Was, SGIA and PIA announce a new association name; Cenveo and Jostens are both closing a printing facility; Raymond J. Prince passed away; and Bradford & Bigelow discusses its expansion and morale-boosting plan.
This award is given to an individual for outstanding service and continued contribution to the overall goals of the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation in the areas of development, education, and sharing knowledge.
PARAMUS, NJ—10/12/2006 - Raymond J. Prince, known throughout the printing and graphic communications industry as a leading expert in technical and operational issues, has joined NAPL (www.napl.org), the trade association for excellence in graphic communications management, as Vice President and Senior Consultant, Operations Management, effective Oct. 13, 2006. In his new role at NAPL, Prince reports to John Hyde, Managing Director of NAPL Professional Services Group. “Ray is clearly the preeminent expert in a number of operational and technical areas and one of the most widely known and respected consultants in the graphic communications industry,” said Joseph P. Truncale, NAPL President and Chief