Sharing Tributes to InfoCision Founder Gary Taylor

Gary Taylor

I would like to share a few of the many tributes published last week in memory of our beloved InfoCision Founder Gary Taylor.

 

Mike Murray, President and CEO of TMA Direct remembers Gary as a friend and mentor, and reflects upon his impact on the lives of countless people.  Mike is also a board member of the Taylor Institute for Direct Marketing.

http://bit.ly/W6QWcW

 

InfoCision’s hometown newspaper, the Akron Beacon Journal, provides a nice account of Gary’s life focusing on his impact in the Akron region.

http://bit.ly/100VakN

 

Gary’s impact on the direct marketing industry was incredible and was recognized in many industry trade publications including The Nonprofit Times, Connections Magazine and TMCnet, to name a few. And in case you missed it, below is a link to my blog post from last week on Gary Taylor’s legacy in the direct marketing industry.

http://bit.ly/RightCall4

 

InfoCision and the Taylor family truly appreciate all of the warm wishes and support from our longtime friends and partners.  Thank you.

Feel free to also share your personal  memories of Gary’s legacy…

3 comments

  1. Chris Bloomer says:

    Gary inspired and was emulated by so very many of his InfoCision family members. He lead with honor, integrity and the highest of values of which we are all so very thankful. To have been a part of his life and this company of which he was so proud has been an honor. He taught so much by the example he set and to see those same standards in Craig inspires those of us who will carry on his dream. It is a great comfort knowing how much he meant to so many people.

  2. AYLEEN CALL says:

    Gary was infocision, he made it the company it is today, although ive left infocision i enjoyed my time there when he was our leader .he was the best and i enjoyed working for him it was an honor

  3. Jerry Harris says:

    I cite an InfoCision experience or lesson in my career on such a regular basis, that I consider Gary the most important influence in my professional life. As hard as leaving InfoCision was, my 13 years there were a gateway to a whole world of new opportunities. I truly cherished playing golf with Gary, Bob and Craig in the company scrambles, and as Gary often said, “I can learn more about a person through 9 holes of golf than I can after a year of doing business with them.” Now, 12 years after earning it, I still use my 10-year anniversary pen with the IMC logo every day. And the Taylor family can trust that Gary’s legacy is still being written by the thousands and thousands of people whose lives he touched with his incredible vision, character, and generosity.

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