Printing Industries of America Announces 2019 Officers and Board of Directors
Thursday, November 29, 2018
Press release from the issuing company
Pittsburgh, Pa. – Printing Industries of America (PIA) proudly announces the election of its 2019 Officers and Board of Directors. The installation ceremony took place on November 11, 2018 at the PIA Fall Administrative meetings held in Grapevine, Texas. New board members inducted during the ceremony are: John Fulena, Ricoh; Joe Lyman, Great Lakes Graphics Association; Mike Magerl, Trabon; Cathy Skoglund, ASU Printing & Imaging Lab; and Kerry Summers, Vibrant Group.
Chairman of the Board — Bryan T. Hall
Bryan Hall served on PIA’s Board of Directors for a number of years ascending through the officer ranks. Before becoming Chairman of the Board, he served as the Chairman of the Education Committee, participated in the Executive Committee, and acted as a member of the PIA Finance Committee. Hall also served on the Board of Directors of his local affiliate, Printing Industry of the Carolinas, Inc., for more than ten years, including one stint as Chairman.
Hall founded Carolina Duplicating in 1985 with his father, Tom, and the organization quickly grew to become Graphic Printing Services by 1988. Hall now holds the positon of CEO at the organization, which is considered one of North Carolina’s top printers. In 1994, American Printer named the company the “fastest-growing printing company in America.” He also serves on the North Carolina A&T State University Print Advisory Board and Greensboro Sports Council. This will be Mr. Hall’s second term as Chairman.
First Vice Chairman — Paul Cousineau
Paul Cousineau assumes the role of First Vice Chairman of PIA’s Board of Directors and currently acts as the Research Committee Chairman. He also participates in the PIA Executive and Finance Committees.
Cousineau’s experience spans 35 years in the printing industry, including 25 years with Dow Jones/News Corp. where he now acts as vice president of prepress and continuous improvement. He also serves on the Graphic Communications and Journalism Advisory Boards at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo and is a board member of the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA).
Second Vice Chairman—Michael M. Marcian
Michael M. Marcian rises to the Second Vice Chairman position on the Board of Directors Executive Committee this year. He is also the current Chairman of the Education and Marketing Committee.
Marcian is the CEO of Corporate Communication Group, formerly Corporate Press of Lanham, Maryland, which serves the Greater DC Metro area. Michael is a graduate of the University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith Business School, and upon completion of his academic career, immediately began his business career with Corporate Press. He rose through the ranks and assumed complete command of the operation within the last five years through an orderly transition process. During that time, he worked closely with his father and former Chairman of the Board of PIA, Michael Marcian, Sr. and a staff and employee team of over 150 and achieved his ultimate goal of following in his father’s footsteps as leader of Corporate Communications Group.
Secretary to the Board—Roger Chamberlain
Roger Chamberlain joins the Board of Directors executive committee as Secretary to the Board. He is a Past Chairman of Printing Industries of Ohio • N. Kentucky.
Treasurer—John E. LeCloux
John LeCloux continues as a board officer in 2018 in the role of organization Treasurer. In the past, LeCloux also served on PIA’s Finance Committee and has been actively involved in his local affiliate, Great Lakes Graphics Association.
For over 20 years, LeCloux has acted as Vice President for WS Packaging Group headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Before his current position, LeCloux was the Owner/CEO of Dau LLC for four years and held many positions for RM LLC (formerly Republic Dau and Midwest Wallcovering) between 1982 and 1994, including Chairman/CEO, Controller, and Accountant.
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