Terry Tevis has been appointed president and CEO of Pluzynski Associates, New York. Tevis brings 30 years of graphic arts industry experience spanning several senior management posts, including CEO of American Signature Graphics and president of R.R. Donnelley’s Sterling catalog business unit and later its Direct Response business unit.

Cincinnati-based prepress house Phototype has announced the appointment of Dan Vosel to the newly created position of general manager. Vosel began his career at a Fortune 500 printer in the commercial forms business, and later accepted a position at Westinghouse. He initially joined Phototype in 1996, most recently serving as operations manager.

PBM Graphics, Durham, NC, has appointed Trent Lawson to the position of fulfillment manager. Lawson brings more than 25 years of experience to his new position.

Jean Peck has been named a senior account executive for The Artcraft Co.’s Boston region. Allison Hall is now a senior account executive for its Worcester, Springfield, Hartford and Providence territories. Christopher Campasano has been appointed the new account executive for the company’s New York and New Jersey territory. All three individuals were formerly employed by Woodbury & Co.

Mark E. Schoenborn has joined Visual Systems, in Milwaukee, as a sales representative. Schoenborn is based out of Chicago. He comes to the company from Victor Graphics, where he served as a sales representative.

Women in Production has announced the five recipients of this year’s Luminaire Award. The individuals are: Barry Meinerth, senior vice president of production and fulfillment, Time Inc., AOL Time Warner; Brad Mintz, vice president and manager of graphic services, McCann-Erickson New York; Betty Ewens-Quadracci, president and publisher, Milwaukee Magazine and president, Quad/Creative; Frank Stillo, chairman and CEO, Sandy Alexander; and Wanda Ziembinski, production director, Hachette Filipacchi Media. This year, a special Luminaire Award was presented to Rick Boyko, chief creative officer at Ogilvy & Mather New York. Boyko represents more than 100 volunteers who participated in the creation of Brotherhood, a pictorial tribute to the firefighters and firehouses of the city of New York.

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