Richard Schwarz, The Glazine editor Dies at 49

Richard Schwarz died at his home in Croydon on Friday 21st November. Richard Schwarz was by far the longest serving and most experienced British journalist serving the glass and glazing industries.

As such his commitment was as total as his knowledge and understanding of the market was thorough. When preparing stories he could and would ask questions that often caught the otherwise prepared and experienced off-guard, to offer an edge to what may otherwise have been mundane.

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