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Leadership Award Bestowed at Show MIAMI BEACH—Warren Wilkins, president of Webcom Limited, was named Graphic Arts Leader of the Americas, North America for 2005 by the Printing Association of Florida (PAF) during Graphics of the Americas. Associates Graphic Services (AGS), Wilmington, DE, a provider of digital and traditional printing, has announced the acquisition of DocuSource, a producer of digital printing and variable data personalization. Cary Printing, Cary, NC, has hired Brant Chesner to fill the new position of operations manager. He formerly worked at Quebecor World Kingsport. Also, Sidney Copeland is the new vice president of digital printing. Copeland is the former co-owner of digital printing facility

Atlanta-based Naylor has announced a series of management changes. Steve Naylor has been named president and CEO. As president and CEO, Naylor represents the second generation of leadership in the company, succeeding his father and company founder John Wayne Naylor. Erna Schneiderman is now the director of sales and marketing. Carl Garner has been appointed the director of finance. He is a CPA and has been with the company for 10 years. Bill Kurtz joins the company as director of facilities. Gloria Williams has assumed the role of director of human resources. Brian Arsenault has been promoted to director of production Finally, Troy Tatum

CORDOVA, TN—Master Graphics and its wholly owned subsidiary, Premier Graphics, have filed voluntary petitions to reorganize under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, DE, to restructure the company's $205 million debt. Michael Bemis, CEO and chairman of the board of directors of Master Graphics, has tried to reassure customers that all will be business-as-usual at the 23 facilities Master Graphics operates in 14 states. "Our customers should expect to receive the same high quality products and service for which each of our divisions have become known. Although federal law prohibits the payment of prefiling debt without a court

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