VECO Printing Inc. actually didn’t start out as a printing company at all. The capital letters VECO stand for Valley Engraving COmpany. It started in the mid sixties as an engraving company for the newspapers and other companies that used engravings to make plates for their presses. Right after C.W. Roe Jr. bought the company in 1974 the engraving business dried up and having only a small label press and one offset press he turned to commercial printing to make a living. In the ensuing years the rest of the family came to work in the business and VECO continued to grow, adding more presses and other equipment as needed to keep up with the expanding work. In the late nineties C.W. began to ease into retirement with his wife Jeannette while letting his son and daughter, Clive and JoNette, assume the day to day management of the operation. At the turn of the century, the next generation assumed ownership of the company and they continue to run it with the same integrity and attention to detail that has become associated with the VECO Printing name.