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New Board Members At Printing Industries of Minnesota

Friday, May 02, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

May 01, 2008 -- St. Paul, MN – The Printing Industry of Minnesota has installed new Board members to replace those whose terms are ending. This also means that all current members of the Executive Committee are moved to a new position, and one member of the general Board is invited to join the Executive Committee.

Ed Engle, President of Ambassador Press in Minneapolis, has taken the position of Chair, previously held for a two-year term by Gary Garner of GLS Companies. Gary now moves to the Past-Chair position. Mark Jessen of Jessen Press is now the Chair-Elect. David Haugland of Impressive Print is now Vice Chair and rounding out the Executive Committee is Peter Jacobson of Daily Printing, who assumes the Secretary/Treasurer position.

Three new PIM members were invited to serve on the Board of Directors and have accepted. They are Craig Mandery of Maximum Graphics, Wayne DiCastri of Pioneer Paper, and Jim Schulte from MODERNISTIC, Inc. They join the remaining general Board members, who are Dean Casperson, Service Printers of Duluth; Susan Dripps, Davies Printing; Lana Siewert-Olson, Ideal Printers; Mike Gallagher, Print Craft, Inc.; William Hickey, Smyth Companies; Stuart Weitzman, Johnson Printing & Packaging; Mike Welsch, Muscle Bound Bindery; Bruce Behm, Quazar Capital Corp.; and Michael Keene, The John Roberts Co., who serves as the PIM National Director and was recently appointed Secretary/Treasurer of the PIA/GATF Board. We thank all the members who give of their time and expertise to serve and appreciate their leadership in guiding the Printing Industry of Minnesota, Inc.

PIM members come from all areas of business, but are bound by the common thread of serving the printing industry. While printers make up the bulk of our membership, we also are privileged to have a number of members represented by binderies, finishers, mailhouses, and others. Associate members are composed of companies in areas such as finance, law and suppliers to the industry. Our Board reflects this diversity. We value their commitment and service.

The first meeting of the new Board will be on May 6, 2008. For more information on the Printing Industry of Minnesota, Inc., please visit www.pimn.org.

 

 

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