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Donations Still Being Accepted for the Daniel Coudray Medical Expense Fund

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Daniel Coudray, the son of longtime SGIA member Mark Coudray, passed away on Saturday, May 26, 2012 after courageously fighting a life-threatening battle with leukemia. To help the Coudray family with exorbitant medical bills, the Specialty Graphic Imaging Foundation (SGIF) has established the Daniel Coudray Medical Expense Fund. Visit www.sgia.org/cares for more information.

Daniel Coudray, the son of longtime SGIA member Mark Coudray, passed away on Saturday, May 26, 2012 after courageously fighting a life-threatening battle with leukemia. To help the Coudray family with exorbitant medical bills, the Specialty Graphic Imaging Foundation (SGIF) has established the Daniel Coudray Medical Expense Fund. Visit www.sgia.org/cares for more information.

Those who have been in the industry for a few years probably know Mark Coudray. He has been a leader in the specialty imaging community for decades. He has served on numerous SGIA committees and was Chairman of the SGIA Board in 2000.

Mark had to give up his primary business due to the time and finances required to fight Daniel’s illness. The medical bills that have piled up are staggering.
If you would like to contribute to the Daniel Coudray Medical Expense Fund, please make an online contribution today. Contributions will be used exclusively for medical expenses and are tax-deductible to US taxpayers. Checks may be payable to the Specialty Graphic Imaging Foundation.

Specialty Graphic Imaging Foundation
For the Daniel Coudray Medical Expense Fund
10015 Main St.
Fairfax, VA 22031

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