Chuck Gremillion has stepped down as chairman of the IRgA Presidents’ Council, and has been replaced by Bob Christy, president of Triangle Reprographics in Houston.
“Chuck did a great job getting the ball rolling on the Presidents’ Council,” says IRgA Managing Director Ed Avis. “He was the Council’s first chair, and was largely responsible for leading the group’s accomplishments during its first year in existence. His service is greatly appreciated.”
The IRgA Presidents’ Council is made up of 24 former presidents of IRgA. The Council serves as an advisory group to the IRgA Board of Directors, and manages the Bukovsky Award nomination process.
Christy began working for Triangle Reprographics in Houston in junior high school. He went into the investment business after college, but rejoined Triangle as a sales representative two years later. He rose to president of the firm in 1985.
“Bob Christy has worked in the reprographics industry his entire career, having joined his father Ed, himself a former IRgA President, at Triangle in Houston after he graduated from the University of Texas,” says Gremillion. “Along the way Bob has served as IRgA president, Mid-South Reprographic Association president, RSA/RDA president and been a frequent presenter at conventions and meetings. Bob even served on the committee that created the Bukovsky Award nearly 25 years ago."
Christy was president of IRgA in 1986-1987, and has held a number of other important positions with the association. He also served as president of the Mid-South Reprographic Association and the Reprographics Services Association. He received the Bukovsky Award in 2014.