James Orrico: 2018 Hall of Fame Inductee

James Orrico, the consummate professional, has been as asset to every school he attended, every position he has held, and every community where he has resided.

A 1979 graduate of the LCVT in the graphics shop, James went on to Carnegie Mellon University where he majored in Business Management Science with a concentration in graphic communication.

After graduation from CMU in 1983, Orrico worked for nine years with Newsweek magazine in New York City holding various positions in management including manager of technology, editorial production manager, and at the 1988 Olympics was manager of graphics for Newsweek.

In 1992, he returned home purchasing the Copy Shop printing and graphics business, an operation that he still runs today.

James also worked for Electronics Imaging (EFI) for the past nine years.

James has been involved with the Kiwanis Club, Lawrence County Economic Development, and Rotary.

“The magic thing about home is that it feels good to leave, and it feels even better to come back.”

Carolyn McVickerHall of Fame, 2018