Kiener Resigns as Banta CFO, Henseler Steps Back In Temporarily
Press release from the issuing company
MENASHA, Wis., Oct. 29 -- Banta Corporation today announced that Daniel W. Kiener, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, has resigned due to a family medical issue that requires him to return to his home in Pittsburgh, PA. Succeeding Kiener as interim CFO is Gerald A. Henseler, who retired as Banta Executive Vice President on August 1, 2002, following 36 years with Banta, 17 years as the corporation's CFO.
"We are very disappointed that Dan is leaving, but fully understand his need to return to Pittsburgh to be with his family on a full-time basis during this difficult time," said Stephanie A. Streeter, Banta President and Chief Executive Officer. "The entire Banta organization extends its best wishes to Dan and his family.
"Banta is extremely fortunate that Gerry is available to step in to assume the CFO position until a permanent successor can be found," she said. "He will certainly provide us with consistency and continuity in this important role."
Kiener's resignation becomes effective following Banta's third quarter reporting cycle, which will conclude in mid-November.
Banta Corporation is a technology and market leader in printing and supply-chain management. Banta provides a comprehensive combination of printing and digital imaging solutions to leading publishers and direct marketers, including advanced digital content management and e-business services. Banta's global supply-chain management businesses provide a wide range of outsourcing capabilities to the world's largest technology companies. Services range from component procurement, product assembly and packaging to inventory control and global distribution.
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