IM’s The Form House changes hands as founder Rosen retires

BRUCE ROSEN, LEFT, has retired and sold his The Form House printing business to Jen Raiche, right.

IRON MOUNTAIN –Bruce Rosen has sold his printing business, The Form House Inc., to Jen Raiche of Iron Mountain as he goes into retirement.

Rosen started The Form House on June 1, 1982. In 1987, he purchased the old Frigo cheese building, where the business still operates today at 100 W. F St.

In 2008, Rosen purchased Standard Printing Company, then in 2015 bought and moved Photo Offset of Escanaba to his Iron Mountain location.

The Form House is a full-service print shop that specializes in printing checks and deposit tickets, forms of all types, tags, envelopes, raffle tickets, full-color brochures and promotional products.

Raiche intends to continue the business and expand services to their many customers.

Rosen has been a lifelong area resident. He and his wife, Jacqueline, together have raised children Sid and Danielle.

Rosen thanks the many customers across Michigan who supported The Form House for more than 38 years.

Raiche and the staff at The Form House wish Rosen the best in retirement — may he spend many days on the golf course and many evenings with his wife, children and grandchildren.


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