WHILE A student at American University in Washington, DC, Jim Andersen taught swimming on the side to youngsters at Kenwood Country Club in nearby Bethesda, MD. Little did Andersen realize at the time that the father of two students would soon alter his career path.
Philadelphia--Four exceptional production executives will be inducted into the Printing Impressions/Rochester Institute of Technology Printing Industry Hall of Fame at the 15th Annual Gold Ink Awards Reception and Banquet, to be held October 7, 2002, in the McCormick Place Grand Ballroom during Graph Expo and Converting Expo 2002 in Chicago. For seating availability, contact Michael Cooper at 888-627-2630 or firstname.lastname@example.org. DONALD BELCHER is chairman of Banta Corp. Prior to joining the Menasha, WI-based printer in 1995, Belcher spent 24 years with Avery Dennison. When the opportunity to take the helm at Banta presented itself, it fulfilled Belcher's dream of leading a publicly held company.
There appears to be no shortage of cash when it comes time to pay the printing industry's top executives. This, Printing Impressions' 11th annual executive compensation report, highlights the industry's top money earners at publicly held printing companies. W. Ed Tyler, president and CEO of Moore Corp., appears at the top of this year's ranking with total compensation of $2,360,362. He replaces 1999's top-paid executive, Shorewood Packaging's Marc Shore, who does not appear this year following a merger with International Paper. For those executives appearing on the 2000 ranking, the previous year's salary and the percentage of change in compensation from this year to