Minuteman Press Recognized by A.B.Dick
CHICAGO—Minuteman Press International has been recognized as A.B.Dick’s Customer of the Year for 2002. Minuteman Press has more than 750 franchises operating in the U.S. and almost 900 worldwide.
Sue Nisson has assumed the responsibilities of national sales manager for Webcrafters Inc., Madison, WI. Nisson joined Webcrafters in 2002 as executive director of business development after 20 years in the educational publishing industry.
Richard Sevigny, president and owner of Chromatic Lithographers, has been named the 2003 Ben Franklin Executive of the Year by the Printing Industries Association of Southern California. The award recognizes individuals who have made a significant contribution to both their company and the printing industry.
Matt Launius has joined the St. Louis-based Nies/Artcraft sales staff. Launius has 20 years of experience in commercial printing in the areas of estimating and project management.
Robert Tapella has been named deputy chief of staff at the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO), in Washington, DC. He comes to the GPO following several assignments on Capitol Hill. Also, Judith Russell is the new superintendent of documents at the GPO. She is the 22nd superintendent and the first woman to hold the post. Previously, Russell served as deputy director of the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science.
Stephen Hare has been promoted to president of the Publisher Services Group for Cadmus Communications, Richmond, VA. Previously, Hare was the company’s executive vice president and CFO. In addition, Paul Suijk has joined Cadmus as senior vice president and CFO. Suijk was most recently senior vice president and CFO of Comdial Corp.
K/P Corp. recently added two new sales representatives—Rick Hess and Eric Snip—and a program manager, Michelle Gil, to its Northwest region sales and account services team.
Kevin Barrett has been appointed as the new customer service manager for Walton Press, Monroe, GA. Previously, Barrett was the operations manager at Quebecor World’s Oakwood, GA, division.