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Presstek Appoints Gerald N. Herman Vice President-Corporate Controller

Thursday, June 02, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

HUDSON, N.H., June 1 -- Presstek, Inc., a leading provider of environmentally responsible digital imaging solutions for the graphic arts and laser imaging markets, today announced that it has appointed Gerald N. Herman to the position of Vice President-Corporate Controller. Mr. Herman brings over 20 years of solid financial experience to Presstek. Prior to joining Presstek, Mr. Herman served as Vice President - Finance at The First Years Inc., a publicly traded international manufacturer and marketer of infant and toddler products. Mr. Herman's responsibilities at The First Years included external and internal financial reporting worldwide, budgeting and forecasting, tax planning and compliance, treasury and risk management, as well as strategic project support. Prior to The First Years, he was Vice President at Best Petroleum Co., Inc., a New England-based energy company, where he had responsibility for finance, information technology, human resources, and its B2B distribution operating units. Before that, Mr. Herman held various positions in the audit and restructuring practices of Arthur Andersen LLP in Canada and the US. Mr. Herman is a Certified Public Accountant and member of the AICPA, as well as a Canadian Chartered Accountant. He is also a member of Financial Executives International. He holds an MBA (High Honors) from the University of Chicago and an MS in Taxation from Bentley College in Massachusetts. "We are delighted that Gerald has joined Presstek's finance team," said Moosa E. Moosa, Presstek's Executive Vice President-Finance and CFO. "His results-driven, high energy leadership style and international business experience will be an asset to our company as we move through our corporate restructuring and into the future."




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