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December 2000
Robert Hart has joined Mail-Well, Englewood, CO, as CEO and president of Mail-Well Envelope. Prior to joining Mail-Well, Hart spent more than 30 years with Atlanta-based Riverwood International. He most recently served as senior vice president of the $600 million paperboard operation.

Mark P. Correia, vice president of manufacturing for Target Graphics, Boonton, NJ, has earned the designation of Certified Production Management Executive from the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) Management Institute. The NAPL Management Institute conducts industry-specific management certification courses taught by graduate-level university professors and industry experts at Northwestern University.

Randolph W. Camp has been elected as the 101st chairman of Printing Industries of America. As PIA chairman, Camp now oversees the direction and activities of the 14,000-plus member association. Camp is currently the CEO of Walton Graphic Media. Warren D. Wilkins, PIA's departing chairman, remains on the board's executive committee in an ex-officio, non-voting capacity. In other PIA news, Charles Stay, president and CEO of Bert-Co Industries, Los Angeles, was named the first vice chairman. Michael Marcian, president and CEO of Corporate Press, Landover, MA, was elected second vice chairman. Harry R. Duncanson, Dynacolor Graphics, became vice chairman for governmental affairs. Joe Polanco, president of PIA of Texas, was elected affiliate managers representative and will serve on the executive committee. Both Eileen Hall, American National Ltd., Miami, and Gene D. Scott, Pony X Press, Reynoldsburg, OH, were elected new members of the executive committee for regions two and three, respectively. In addition to the new leadership, the PIA board welcomed newcomers Ed Saturn, Seven Worldwide, New York; Kenneth A. Kaufman, Omniprint Inc., Lanham, MA; William Gibson, Gibson Graphics; Bradley L. Thompson, Inland Press, Detroit; and Kevin Runbeck, Runbeck Graphics, Phoenix. The Canadian Printing Industries Association's representative to the PIA board will be Tom Blockberger, Broadway Printers, Vancouver. Also joining the board are the associate member's director Michael S. Murphy, Sun Chemical, Northlake, IL, and MPA committee representative Robert L. McNaughton, McNaughton & Gunn, Saline, MI.

Telepress, located in Issaquah, WA, has announced the promotions of Roger Woodward to vice president of production, and Brian Smith to vice president of sales and marketing. Woodward brings 13 years of experience working in all phases of Telepress operations. Woodward's responsibilities include management of the Telepress production facilities located in Issaquah, Kent, WA, and Atlanta. Smith joined the company a year ago as the director of sales and marketing after 10 years in sales and general management for a major envelope manufacturer.
 

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