Live Performance Australia (LPA) is deeply saddened by the passing of Caroline Mary Fitzmaurice Grafton, co-founder of CX and ENTECH. She passed away following a courageous battle with brain cancer surrounded by her family.
Caroline was very popular and well known across the sound, lighting and vision industry in her time as co-owner of CX Media, from 1990 to 2002. After selling out of Connections Publishing in 2002, Caroline left the industry and built a career as a business advisor.
Caroline’s contribution to the Australian performance industries has left a lasting impression and she will be greatly missed by her friends, family, and the performing arts community. LPA extends its sincere condolences to Caroline’s family, friends and colleagues.
To read Caroline Fitzmaurice Grafton’s full vale, visit the CX Media website
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