Consolidated Graphics Brings Colville Back as Chief Financial Officer
Press release from the issuing company
HOUSTON--March 4, 2002--Consolidated Graphics, announced today that G. Christopher Colville has re-joined the company as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary effective immediately.
Mr. Colville had been previously employed by the company from 1994 to 2000 as Executive Vice President - Mergers and Acquisitions and Chief Financial Officer. In the interim period, he was a Managing Director at a boutique investment banking firm headquartered in Los Angeles.
Commenting on the announcement, Joe R. Davis, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Consolidated Graphics, stated, "I am very pleased to welcome Chris back to our organization. He played an instrumental role in the growth and success of the company during his previous tenure at Consolidated Graphics, and I expect that he will make a similarly significant contribution going forward.''
Also commenting, Mr. Colville said, "I believe Consolidated Graphics has a very bright future, and I am excited about this opportunity. With its strong balance sheet, the company is poised to capitalize on currently attractive acquisition opportunities to further expand its geographic footprint of high-quality, well-managed commercial printing companies. As the economy strengthens and the company continues to expand its national account base and CGXmedia capabilities, I am expecting Consolidated Graphics to generate significant long-term sales growth, profit improvement and shareholder value.''
The company also noted that in recognition of Mr. Colville's past accomplishments in the printing industry, Printing Impressions, the industry's leading trade publication, recently featured Mr. Colville in an article entitled, "Industry Leadership - 10 Roads to Success.'' Mr. Colville holds bachelor and masters degrees from Texas Tech University.
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