PRINTER newsOctober 2003
Jim Liszewski has joined Dallas-based Williamson Printing as president of Williamson Express Printing (WEP) and The Fulfillment Center (TFC). He comes to Williamson Printing after having spent more than 15 years in various sales and marketing capacities.
Jackie Goff has been appointed deputy inspector general and counsel to the U.S. Government Printing Office of the Inspector General. Goff has extensive government and private sector experience providing regulatory, legal, audit and policy advice to the General Accounting Office, the Departments of Justice, Transportation and Energy, Capitol Hill and the National Association of State Attorneys General.
Louis Companies, based in Arlington, TX, recently became ISO 9001:2000 compliant.
Vance Darr has joined Walton Press, Atlanta, as the bindery/night shift manager. Prior to joining Walton Press, Darr's experience includes site management for Xerox Corp., as well as plant management for the John H. Harland Co.
Kinko's Inc. has announced the promotion of three executives, including the creation of two new EVP/CXO titles. Daniel Connors assumes the newly created role of executive vice president and chief administrative officer. Paul Rostron becomes executive vice president and chief people officer, also a new position. Also, Mark Seals has been promoted to executive vice president of operations.
Printwell Printing, Taylor, MI, has expanded its sales staff. Tony Rogowski and Bernie DeSabatine have joined the firm as sales representatives. Rogowski will serve the local market while DeSabatine will cover Pennsylvania.