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Jack Storey, Co-founder Scruples Professional, Passes Away

April 13, 2018 | 8:15 AM

On April 10,  the Co-founder of Scruples Professional Salon Products, Jack Storey passed away.  

Storey first broke into the beauty industry in 1960 when he worked as a distributor sales consultant for LaMaur while attending cosmetology school. He continued to rise in the ranks at the LaMaur Company and became the national sales manager of the salon division. In 1983, Storey and business partner Frank Liguori founded Scruples Professional Salon Products, Inc. with a vision of professionalism and integrity, which continues to be the guiding principle of the business today.

Storey was inducted into the Hall of Leaders for his many contributions to the industry at the 19th annual North American Hairstyling Awards in 2008.

"Loved by many, Jack will be forever missed. He will be remembered for his immense kindness along with his devotion to professional hairdressers. Throughout his life, he worked tirelessly to put the needs of hairdressers first, providing them with the essential tools and resources to boost their success in the industry."--Tracy and Mia Liguori.

A Celebration of Life is to be held Monday, May 14th, 2018 in Payson, Arizona.

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