In 1949, Frank Nutis founded Nutis Press, Inc. and served as CEO for more than 60 years. The company – known for its leadership in retail signage and packaging solutions – became the premier supplier of point-of-purchase signage for the beverage industry.
Throughout his career, Frank was committed to making a difference in the community by providing philanthropy and leadership to causes he was passionate about – education, housing, Judaism and Israel. He helped Habitat for Humanity provide housing; sent rescue dogs and ambulances to Israel; founded three schools, and helped hundreds of Soviet Jews flee oppression and resettle in Central Ohio.
His tireless efforts in community service have been recognized by The Columbus Dispatch, WBNS-TV, the National Jefferson Award, Habitat for Humanity and Jewish Family Services.
Many more of Frank’s philanthropic endeavors went unnoticed because he elected to remain anonymous.