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TFCinfo Founder Paul Martin Dies in Plane Crash

Paul Martin, the founder of TFCinfo Corp., passed away Sunday, Dec. 17 with his wife and two children in an airplane accident on his way to his second home in Searsmont, Maine.
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TFCinfo Founder Paul Martin Dies in Plane Crash

Dec 28, 2006 8:00 AM

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Paul Martin, the founder of TFCinfo Corp., passed away Sunday, Dec. 17 with his wife and two children in an airplane accident on his way to his second home in Searsmont, Maine. TFCinfo wishes to express its sympathies to the many friends and the family of Paul, Lillian, and the children, Sean and Kitanna. We will greatly miss Paul's leadership and friendship at TFCinfo.

TFCinfo will continue to carry on Paul’s vision of support for the advanced display industry by providing sales tracking and market survey reports. Earl Martin, Paul's older brother, will be joining the company to provide technical support.

Contributions to the family may be sent C/O Earl Martin, 15211 Lake Maurine Drive, Lake Odessa, FL 33556.

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