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Paul J. Good

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Paul J. Good Notice
GOOD, PAUL J., born in Ridgeway, PA on April 23, 1910, beloved father and grandfather died at age 102 on January 20, 2013. He was a pioneer of automatic film processing and was one of the first to invent the mechanization of prints from rolls of film. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon, he along with Bill Brown, founded the Dynacolor plant based in Rochester, NY which became the largest independent processor of Kodachrome film - adding plants located in Los Angeles, Dallas, Philadelphia and Chicago. Eventually Dynachrome film became one of the most important products produced at the plants along with photographic paper, chemicals, microfilm and silver recovery units. Many of Paul's patents can be found by searching on "google". As luck would have it, they sold out to 3M in the late 1960's before digital cameras became the new photographic story. An adventurer at heart he used retirement to travel around the world including the Antarctic, most of the Middle East, Pakistan and Afghanistan, China, the Galapagos, Ethiopia, South America, New Zealand and more. After living in Rogue River, OR for many years he moved to Lake Mary, FL in 2003. He leaves 4 children, Jon Good of Orlando, Debbie Good and Carol Good of Sorrento and Margaret Summers of Lake Mary, as well as 4 grandchildren, EJ Good, Paul Summers, Erich Summers, Kathryn Stieger and six great grandchildren,
Annabeth and Lydia Summers, Chris and John Summers and Spencer and Zackery Stieger. He will be remembered for his generous spirit and gracious living.
Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Homes and Cemeteries Oaklawn Chapel, 5000 CR 46A Sanford, FL 32773 407-322-4263 in charge of the
arrangements.
Published in the Orlando Sentinel on Jan. 22, 2013
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