Services have been held for Paul Diamond, the longtime president of Jack Victor tailored clothing company.
Diamond died April 27 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 73.
Diamond had been with Jack Victor for about 20 years. He joined the company after working in several other clothing companies including PBM and Delton. He also had his own wholesale business, Paul Dione, for a time before joining Hartz and then Jack Victor.
Diamond, a familiar face at trade shows and industry events, is credited with helping build Jack Victor’s U.S. business. The family-owned company, which was founded in 1913, is based in Canada.
Diamond is survived by his sons Craig, Eric and Michael, his daughter-in-law Vivian, one granddaughter and a brother.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research.