Movers and Shakers

By Twohey, Norrine | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), June 27, 2004 | Go to article overview

Movers and Shakers


Twohey, Norrine, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Norrine Twohey Daily Herald Staff Writer

Joining the editorial staff of American Printer, a Chicago-based monthly trade magazine, is Steve Johnson, president of Carol Stream-based Copresco. Johnson will write a bimonthly column, "Johnson's World," addressing first-hand the concerns of today's graphic arts industry. Copresco was co-founded by Johnson in 1987 and specializes in digital on-demand printing of publications, books and manuals for clients in the general business, printing trade, technical and institutional fields.

Old Second National Bank announced the promotions of Erin Brown of Oswego to branch officer in the Redwood branch; Hortencia Ramirez of Aurora to commercial loan officer in the Aurora- Farnsworth branch; Corey Clark of Batavia to Commercial Loan, responsible for commercial retail and real estate development; and Stacy Hicks of Montgomery was promoted to retail banking supervisor, managing the retail and sales operations at the Batavia branch.

GR-PR (Ginny Richardson-Public Relations) hired Carrie Truckenbrodt of Indian Head Park as a junior account executive/intern. Truckenbrodt, who will graduate in May 2005 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a bachelor's degree in speech communications, will handle public relation duties including writing and office administration. …

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