Graham Leggat, leader of S.F. Film Society, dies

Calling Mr. Leggat's six-year tenure "transformative," Society board President Pat McBaine cited his "irrepressible determination, dash and design. His vision, leadership, passion, work ethic, tenacity, imagination and daring, along with his colorful language and wicked Scottish sense of humor, have indelibly marked our organization with a valuable legacy and left it in the best shape - artistically, organizationally and financially - in its 54-year history."

I only met Graham twice but it's easy to see he left big shoes to fill.

Read Leah Garchik's article in the SF Chronicle.