PROLIFIC XEROX INVENTOR PASSES AWAY

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PROLIFIC XEROX INVENTOR PASSES AWAY

 user 2008-11-17 at 10:34:38 am Views: 48
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    http://www.democratandchronicle.com/article/20081113/BUSINESS/81113034/1001
    Christopher Snelling, a prolific inventor for Xerox, dies
    One of Xerox Corp.’s most prolific and key inventors has died. Christopher Snelling, who retired from Xerox in 2000 after 44 years with the company, died on Tuesday of cancer, according to the company.During his time with Xerox, the Pittsford resident received 101 patents, and, according to Xerox ,his work on image-on-image xerography is the basis for the company’s iGen3 digital press.At the time of his retirement, Mr. Snelling was a research fellow and manager of Xerox’s EXITE lab.He was a graduate of Union College and the University of Rochester.