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For years, Stanford Printing produced the football programs for Choctawhatchee and Fort Walton Beach high schools and the tickets for the Emerald Coast Concert Association. It also printed business cards, forms and letterheads for many clients.

Joe Stanford passed away in the early 1970s, and his wife sold the business to Windham in 1973. Before coming to Fort Walton Beach, Windham had been the press foreman for the Baldwin Times newspaper in Baldwin County, Ala.

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by early November and will then begin to clean up the shop and liquidate the equipment. The staff will also be at the business to help customers wanting to go to another printer to receive their files, samples and layouts.

"It just felt like the way things are in the economy and the decline in the printing business that it was time for us to go ahead and lock the doors," said Shayne Stewart, Windham's son. "It was his business, and when he passed away we kind of felt like the business went along with him.

Frank Windham, the longtime owner of Stanford Printing Co., passed away last month. His family has decided to close the shop and will stop accepting new orders at the end of October.

Stewart said they hope to have all orders filled by early November and will then begin to clean up the shop and liquidate the equipment. The staff will also Reebok Olive Green And White

Changes in the printing industry and increase of people able to create their own layouts and print from home also contributed to the decision to close the business.

When Madaris Office Supply moved, Stanford Printing took over the full building on Walter Martin Road in Fort Walton Beach.

FORT WALTON BEACH After more than 50 years in business, one of Okaloosa County's oldest printing shops is closing.

"My parents ran a very successful business for their Saucony Mirage 4 40 years of it. There are no regrets," Stewart added. "We were proud to serve that little niche of folks. It's kind of sad to see this era pass after four decades."

When Madaris Office Supply moved, Stanford Printing took over the full building on Walter Martin Road in Fort Walton Beach.

"It just felt like the way things are in the economy and the decline in the printing business that it was time for us to go ahead and lock the doors," said Shayne Stewart, Windham's son. "It was his business, and when he passed away we kind of felt like the business went along with him.

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Joe Stanford passed away in the early 1970s, and his wife sold the business to Windham in 1973. Before coming to Fort Walton Beach, Windham had been the press foreman for the Baldwin Times newspaper in Baldwin County, Ala.

Stanford Printing started as a side service offered by Madaris Office Supply in 1960 before being spun off into its own business. Joe Stanford purchased the printing shop a few years later, but continued to operate the business in the Madaris Office Supply store.

Stanford Printing started as a side service offered by Madaris Office Supply in 1960 before being spun off into its own business. Joe Stanford purchased the printing shop a few years later, but continued to operate the business in the Madaris Office Supply store.

"When you've been in business for this long, you develop more than just a customer business relationship; you development a friendship with folks," Stewart said. "All you had to do was call on the phone and sometimes we would take the order and then we'd be on the phone with them for another 10, 15 minutes just to chat.

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Changes in the printing industry and increase of people able to create their own layouts and print from home also contributed to the decision to close the business.

Stewart said his father had wanted to own his own printing company when he heard from his newsprint salesman that Stanford was for sale.

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FORT WALTON BEACH After more than 50 years in business, one of Okaloosa County's oldest printing shops is closing.

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For years, Stanford Printing produced the football programs for Choctawhatchee and Fort Walton Beach high schools and the tickets for the Emerald Coast Concert Association. It also printed business cards, forms and letterheads for many clients.

Frank Windham, the longtime owner of Stanford Printing Co., passed away last month. His family has decided to close the shop and will stop accepting new orders at the end of October.

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See photos of Standord Printing's facilities. >>

be at the business to help customers wanting to go to another printer to receive their files, samples and layouts.

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"My parents ran a very successful business for their 40 years of it. There are no regrets," Stewart added. "We were proud to serve that little niche of folks. It's kind of sad to see this era pass after four decades."

Stewart said his father had wanted to own his own printing Reebok Ortholite Mens

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company when he heard from his newsprint salesman that Stanford was for sale.

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