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GCA Board and Officers Elected

Friday, April 20, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

ALEXANDRIA, VA (March 28, 2001)— The Graphic Communications Association (GCA), the leading international membership organization that advances the processes of information interoperability, dissemination of knowledge and standards, recently elected Board Members and Officers at its 2001 Annual Meeting on February 9, 2001, at the Registry Resort in Naples, Florida. Current Board Members elected to new three-year terms include: Ann Marie Bushell, Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Quebecor World; Carla Corkern, President, ISOGEN International Corp.; Freelon Hunter, Senior Manager, On-Line Access, Boeing; Joe Lubenow, Vice President, Postal Affairs, Experian; and Gerald Nathe, Chairman of the Board, Baldwin Technology Company. New Board Members elected to fill unexpired terms for one-year are Chris Olson, Vice President, Manufacturing, McGraw-Hill Company; and Frank Costello, President/Magazine Publishing Services, R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company. Board Members elected to one-year Officer positions include: Chair, Diane Romano, President, Applied Graphics Technologies; Group Vice Chair (Information Technology), Rick Atterbury, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Information Technologies, Merrill Corporation; Group Vice Chair (Print Media), Lawrence C. Warter, Director, Fuji Photo Film USA Inc.; Treasurer, James R. Giencke, President & COO, Arandell Corp.; and Secretary, Bruce Heston, Vice President, Production, Meredith Corporation. "GCA is pleased to continue to work with the returning Board Members and Officers," says Norman W. Scharpf, President of GCA. "The GCA Board, through its leadership, has strongly contributed to GCA’s success in the information technology and print media industries."

 

 

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