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Marchon Eyewear Co-Founder Dies

Alfred Berg was 67.

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Alfred Berg, who co-founded Marchon Eyewear in 1983, has died, WWD reports.

He was 67.

In the beginning, Berg served as CEO and president of Marchon. In 2008, Berg and partners sold Marchon to VSP Global.

Berg “left an incredible legacy behind, having built one of the world’s greatest and largest eyewear companies, which still thrives today thanks to his vision and competitive spirit,” said Rob Lynch, board member of VSP Global, according to WWD. Lynch was leading the company when it bought Marchon.

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Nicola Zotta, current CEO of Marchon, was quoted saying, “Al will be greatly missed by all who knew him and we will honor his legacy by continuing to make Marchon the most admired global eyewear company in the world.”

Among Marchon’s licenses today are Calvin Klein and Chloé.

Read more at the WWD

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