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December 2004
EU Services of Rockville, MD, has expanded its inside sales division by hiring Chris Duron and Barrett Watson.

Hi-Liter Graphics, Burlington, WI, has added Mark Toole to its sales team in the capacity of account executive.

Holding 18 patents and with more than a quarter century of experience in the technology industry, Mike Wash joins the Government Printing Office (GPO) as Chief Technical Officer and co-director of the Office of Innovation and New Technology. After spending a decade with Congressman Robert Ney, former Joint Committee on Printing Staff Director Maria Robinson makes the move from the House Administration Committee to the GPO as the agency's deputy chief of staff.

Applied Printing Technologies, Moonachie, NJ, reports that William Shockey and Stanley Schwartz have joined the company as sales executives.

Monroe Litho, of Rochester, NY, is the recipient of the 2004 Rochester Business Ethics award for small business. The company was selected from among 100 nominations and was one of seven finalists. The award, now in its second year, is organized by the Rochester chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals and Saint John Fisher College.

Lexington, NC-based Green Printing and Packaging has appointed Terry Swade to the position of vice president of manufacturing. Green is a subsidiary of Chesapeake Corp. Before joining Green, Swade served as operations and plant manager for Simkins Industries' carton manufacturing plant near Atlanta.

The EPI Companies, a Marietta, GA, printing and marketing firm, announced that Bill Blair has joined the company as senior vice president in charge of directing sales and business development. Blair spent the previous 15 years with Heidelberg.

Sue Hein, president of Rapid Bind in Portland, OR, has been elected president of the Pacific Printing and Imaging Association (PPI). Other PPI elected officials include: Gary Stone, Consolidated Press, vice president; Steve Ohman, Spicers Paper, vice president; John Madden, AAA Printing & Graphics, treasurer; and Laura Lawton-Forsyth, Lawton Printing, secretary.

Responding to continued growth, Essex, CT-based Structural Graphics has moved into a new, custom-built headquarters building. The former headquarters was approximately 8,000 square feet, while the new building is approximately 17,000 square feet.

Dana Kitson, vice president of sales for Webcrafters Inc. in Madison, WI, has assumed the responsibilities of national sales director. Kitson has been with the company for more than 30 years.
 

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