George Legh-Page is a Regional Manager for Ulano. George is extremely well-known and admired by the many screenprinters he has helped over the decades, as well as the distributors of Ulano products. George is married to Susie Fortwengler, the daughter of Joe Fortwengler and Jean Fortwengler, who also worked at Ulano for decades.
Albert “Al” J. Petsy – November 16, 1928 ~ March 30, 2020 – Al Petsy was born in Canton, Ohio to the late Benny and Mary Baptist Petsy. After attending Canton South High School, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and was a veteran of the Korean Conflict. Al worked for Ulano and SAATI as […]
Benjamin Henry Day, Jr (1838–1916), inventor of the Ben-Day process, a printing and photoengraving technique dating from 1878, an illustrator, and printer. Day was born in West Hoboken, New Jersey to Benjamin Henry Day (1810–1889) an American newspaper publisher best known for founding the New York Sun, the first penny press newspaper in the United […]
Peter Leis was born in Sydney, Australia in 1938. He started his career in 1953 when he began an apprenticeship in signwriting and attended a course at Sydney Technical College where he took a course in screenprinting. By the late 1950s, he was fully invested in the screenprinting trade, first as a stencil-cutter in a […]
H. Joseph Gerber (1924–1996) founded the Gerber Scientific Instrument Company. Born in Austria, Gerber was imprisoned in a labor camp in 1937 at the age of 13. In 1940, he and his mother fled war-torn Austria, immigrating to the United States. After completing high school in just two years, he entered Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) […]