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FLEXO Magazine : April 2010
www.flexography.org april 2010 FLEXO 27 • Thursday, July 29: Holiday Inn & Suites, Carol Stream, IL • Thursday, Aug. 5: The Blackwell, Columbus, OH • Wednesday, Oct. 6: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Somerset, NJ Due to limited seating early registration is suggested. To reg- ister, please contact Jazmin Kluttz at firstname.lastname@example.org David A. Samide, 32 David Andrew Samide, age 32, a resident of Wheaton, IL passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, March 21 after a courageous battle with cancer. He had gallantly fought for seven years against brain cancer, continuing to work and enjoy his many, many friendships with industry and media people, and his coworkers. Upon graduation from North Central College in Illinois with a degree in mar- keting, he joined Prime UV Systems in Dec. 2000 as marketing assistant. Da- vid’s excellent work with the media and trade show communities, and Prime UV customers earned him promotion to marketing manager shortly thereafter. David is survived by his parents, Andy and Judy Samide, his sister Amy and brother Mike, a nephew and two nieces. Private services were held on Wednesday, March 24, 2010. Midway Engravers Changes Name to Midway Rotary Die Solutions Midway Engravers, a Michigan based manufacturer of rotary cutting dies for the converting industry, has formally changed its name to Midway Rotary Die Solutions. Richard Seeley, owner and President since 1985, notes that there are no changes to the company ’s ownership or management structure. “The name and identity change symbolize our progressive role in the converting industry. Our goal is to create partnerships with a growing customer base and to offer the broadest portfolio of customized products and services. As I always tell our customers, Midway wants to be a part of your solution, not a part of your problem.” The current facility in Williamston, MI has been home to Midway since 1990. An expansion project in 2008 more than doubled the manufacturing space and production capac- ity. New state-of-the-art equipment and technologies have also been added, further expanding die-making capabilities. Midway can now produce dies up to 20 inches in diameter for up to 36in. web widths. INDustry INDicators FLXApril10_mech.indd 27 4/11/10 9:39 PM
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