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Telepress CEO Darren Loken Installed as New NAPL Chairman

September 21, 2011
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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ—Sept. 21, 2011—Darren Loken, president and CEO of Telepress, Seattle, was installed as chairman of the board of the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) during the association’s Annual Meeting in Chicago.
 
Joining him as new NAPL officers are former NAPL Secretary/Treasurer Nigel Worme, managing director and chairman of COT Printery, Christ Church, Barbados, who has become vice chairman; and Niels Winther, chairman and co-owner, Think Patented, Dayton, OH, elected secretary/treasurer. Keith Kemp, president, Xerographic Digital Printing, Orlando, now serves as immediate past chairman. Each officer is scheduled to serve a two-year term in his new position.
 
Three NAPL members were also installed as new Directors at the Annual Meeting: Andrew Field, CEO, PrintingForLess.com, Livingston, MT; Ann Porster, president/chief financial officer, Grand River Printing & Imaging, Belleville, MI; and Tom Saggiomo, CEO, DG3, Jersey City, NJ.
 
“NAPL has been fortunate over the years to be able to call upon leading company executives who are willing to volunteer their time and dedicate their considerable talents to serve the association and its industry education efforts. This year is clearly no exception, and NAPL and its members will benefit greatly from the leadership skills of Darren, Nigel, and Niels, as well as the insights of our newest Board members,” said NAPL President and CEO Joseph P. Truncale, Ph.D.
 
“I am honored to become NAPL Chairman and follow in the leadership footsteps of Keith Kemp, who has done such an outstanding job during a time of difficult economic conditions in our industry,” said Loken. “I look forward to working with my fellow officers, members of the NAPL Board, our association staff, and our members to continue the tradition of industry service that has been an NAPL hallmark for more than 75 years.”
 
A graduate of Seattle Pacific University, Darren Loken began his career in print sales. In 1992 he founded a mailing service company, which was sold in 1997, and then joined Valco Graphics to start its mailing and fulfillment division. He was president and CEO of Valco when it was sold to Cenveo, and then became general manager of Cenveo’s Seattle facility. He is currently president and CEO of Telepress, a 33-year-old printing company that provides corporate identity products to companies in the Fortune 1000.
 
Nigel Worme is managing director and chairman of COT Printery, flagship of the five-company COT Media Group, which was founded in 1975 and currently provides a complete communications solution to clients, utilizing innovation in print, design, music distribution, publishing, and marketing effectiveness technologies and services.
 

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