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The Ink Factory’s Stephen Cornwell Loses Home In Thomas Fire, Asks Industry To Help Others

UPDATED, 5:10 PM: Stephen Cornwell, a principal at The Ink Factory (The Night Manger) and his family — despite losing their home and all their belongings in the Ojai/Thomas fire — are asking those in the industry to help others in need: My wife, the kids and I want to thank all the amazing people who have reached out to us with such kind thoughts, offers of assistance and desires to help.
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