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Paul Easley Retires from Muller Martini

Press release from the issuing company

After more than forty years in the graphic arts business, Paul Easley is retiring from Muller Martini, effective March 31st.

Though originally from Louisiana, for many years Paul has exemplified the old adage, “everything is bigger in Texas,” with his immense wit, big perspective, and even bigger heart. That’s why his customers never wanted to speak with anyone else. Paul is the consummate professional, and he is always willing to help others by sharing his extensive knowledge and experience. He has been a welcomed source of advice and counsel to industry colleagues as well.

Paul began his career selling equipment at A.B. Dick, a legendary “quick printing” equipment manufacturer, where he held a variety of sales management and marketing positions before he joined Muller Martini in 1998. He will most certainly be missed.

Paul offered this comment upon his retirement: “I sincerely appreciate all the many times we’ve visited and all the trust that you’ve placed in Muller Martini and me. I know together we’ve made a great business impact!” Please join me in wishing him all the best, as he enters much-deserved retirement.

As Paul retires, our foremost goal is to continue to provide his customers with seasoned support and experience. Toward that end, we are restructuring existing sales territories. Peter Wolfram, a 25+ year industry veteran, will now cover your state. He will be reaching out to you shortly, but don’t hesitate to contact him directly should you need any immediate assistance:

Peter Wolfram
Regional Sales Manager
Cell: 937.581.0509
Email: peter.wolfram@us.mullermartini.com 

Lastly, during these most challenging of times, I hope you, your family, your team and your colleagues are healthy and safe. Be assured that Muller Martini is doing everything we can to minimize risk, while continuing to serve our customers. Please do not hesitate to contact me directly should you have any questions or concerns.

Be well!

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