Hall of Fame Welcomes Inductees

Shown are the 2007 Hall of Fame induction class for Publishing Executive, along with the magazine’s leadership. From the left are Noelle Skodzinski, editor-in-chief of Publishing Executive; Louis Milani, senior director, publishing operations and business affairs, Consumers Union; Marie Myers, senior vice president of manufacturing, CMP Technology; Michael Weinstein, vice president, EDP and manufacturing, Oxford University Press; and Mark Hertzog, vice president and group publisher, Publishing Executive and Book Business.

The Samuels brothers—from left, Donald, Gary and Lester—are the managing partners at Pictorial Offset.

It’s a talent pool of Pooles that keeps Dome Printing afloat: from back left, Tim, Andy and Bob Poole with their respective wives, Stefanie, Dena and Jennifer.

Shown from the left are Mark Michelson, editor-in-chief of Printing Impressions; Tim Poole, president of Dome Printing; Chris Colville, retired CFO, Consolidated Graphics; Gary Samuels, managing partner, Pictorial Offset; David Torok, president and CEO, Padgett Printing; Patricia Sorce, administrative chair of the RIT School of Print Media; Ray Monaco, president of Printing Impressions; and Dave Leskusky, group president and publisher, Printing Impressions.

CHICAGO—The 20th annual Gold Ink Awards and Hall of Fame Gala drew more than 300 attendees to the McCormick Place Grand Ballroom during Graph Expo last month, with the Printing Impressions/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame opening the doors to four new inductees.

During the course of the evening, which included a cocktail reception prior to the dinner, four prominent members of the printing industry joined the ranks with 82 men and two women previously enshrined. Those honored were Tim Poole, president of Dome Printing; Chris Colville, retired CFO and executive vice president of Consolidated Graphics; Gary Samuels, managing partner at Pictorial Offset; and David Torok, president and CEO of Padgett Printing.

Publishing Executive, PI’s sister publication, added three of its own Hall of Fame honorees: Louis Milani, senior director, publishing operations and business affairs, Consumers Union; Marie Myers, senior vice president of manufacturing, CMP Technology; and Michael Weinstein, vice president, EDP and manufacturing, Oxford University Press.

The event was hosted by North American Publishing Co. (NAPCO), which publishes Printing Impressions, and sponsored by Heidelberg and Kodak.

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