PRINTER newsJune 2002
Lewis Henderson has been named general manager of K/P Corp.'s Kent, WA-based mailing and fulfillment facility. Henderson brings 15 years of experience in fulfillment, marketing and management to his new position. He started at K/P in 1988 and most recently served as vice president of fulfillment services at its San Leandro, CA, facility.
Rod Bristol has been awarded the Ascender Award for the Northwest region by the Alliance of Consultants & Educators for the Printing Industry. Winners of the Ascender Award exhibit superior business practices and go above and beyond to share their knowledge and experience with industry peers. Bristol is the owner of Sudden Printing in Seattle.
Dan Lautner has joined Superior Printing as a sales representative at the company's Akron/Canton, OH-area sales office. Lautner was formerly employed at Danner Press.
Jeffrey Jensen has rejoined Argus Press, Niles, IL, as a salesperson after three years of entrepreneurial pursuits.
Kelley Snyder has been promoted to customer service representative for Rapid Bind, Portland, OR. She is a four-year veteran of the company's quality control department.
Ron Reebel has been appointed vice president of operations for Superior Printing, Warren, OH. Reebel joined Superior in August 2000 as director of business operations. He brings 35 years of industry experience to the company.
Gary Davis has been named executive vice president of sales for St. Ives of Cleveland. He now has management responsibility for the U.S. sales division. Previously, Davis served as senior vice president and as a member of St. Ives' U.S. division board of directors. Prior to that, he served as St. Ives general manager.
Jacqueline Stolz has been promoted from vice president to executive vice president of Dolan Wohlers, Boonton Twp., NJ. Stolz joined the company in 1992.
Proforma recently recognized its top owners at its Proforma Million Dollar Club/Coaches of the Year. During 2001, more than 40 of Proforma's owners achieved annual sales exceeding $1 million. Five of those owners surpassed $5 million in sales.
Dispatch Graphics, based in New York City, has announced the following appointments and promotions: Carl Holland has been promoted to vice president of sales. Vanessa Elem has joined Dispatch in a client services/sales role. Michael Grossman has joined as the production operations manager.
Michael Portland has been elected executive vice president and chief marketing and development officer for R.R. Donnelley, in Chicago. Previously, Portland served as the vice president and general manager of Ashland Distribution's service business division, as well as vice president of planning, development and marketing for Ashland Chemical's distribution and specialty chemicals group. In other company news, Laura Jean Hughes has been named vice president, customer experience for R.R. Donnelley Print Solutions. Hughes fills the newly created position, which supports Print Solutions' increased focus on finding solutions to help customers improve their business.