Two New Inductees Named to Flexible Polyurethane Foam Hall of Fame
The Polyurethane Foam Association announced the induction of two new members to the Flexible Polyurethane Foam Hall of Fame during its spring General Business Meeting in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Graham Walmsley, inducted posthumously, was recognized for his role tackling foam production problems with patented inventions and innovations that improved flexible foam processing technology and foam products. His widow, Doreen Walmsley, and two of his sons, Jeremy and Simon, attended the ceremony and accepted the honor.
Charles Morgan was recognized for his role as an innovator, inventor of foam formulations and processes, and particularly for being among the first to develop a national distribution network to serve customers on a local basis.
The Flexible Polyurethane Foam Hall of Fame, housed virtually at www.pfa.org recognizes individuals and corporations that have significantly contributed to the growth and betterment of the flexible polyurethane foam industry in North America.
Bios of Walmsley and Morgan may be found in the Hall of Fame section at www.pfa.org.