PARAMUS, N.J., SEPTEMBER 20, 2005 – NAPL (www.napl.org) installed the following new officers to its Board during the Paramus, N.J.-based Association's annual meeting in Chicago, on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2005:
· Chairman: Joan B. Davidson, president and chief operating officer, The Sheridan Press, Hanover, Pa.
· Vice Chairman: Stephen L. Johnson, president, State Printing, an RR Donnelley Company, Columbia, S.C.
· Secretary/Treasurer: William F. Woods, Jr., president and chief executive officer, The EPI Companies, Marietta, Ga.
· Immediate Past Chairman: David C. Branch, chairman and chief executive officer of Branch-Smith Inc., and president of Branch-Smith Printing, Ltd., Fort Worth, Texas.
In addition to the NAPL officers, the following NAPL Board members serve on the NAPL Executive Committee: Bill Gilmer, president, Wordsprint, Inc., Wytheville, Va.; Mark Kelly, president, NPC, Inc., Claysburg, Pa.; Ben G. Keys, chairman, Keys Printing, Greenville, S.C.; Darren Loken, general manager, CENVEO SEATTLE, and Joseph P. Truncale, NAPL president and chief executive officer.
New to the Board are Twyla J. Cummings, Ph.D., graduate program director and assistant professor, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, N.Y.; Thomas F. Wetjen, vice president, Worldwide Graphics Communications Industry Business, Xerox Corporation, Webster, N.Y.
"NAPL's new officers and directors are respected industry leaders who will be a tremendous asset to the Association," said NAPL President & CEO Truncale. "I look forward to working with them and the entire NAPL Board to further our mission of helping members profitably grow their businesses."
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