People News: December 2019


Binated, Inc.Rod Brown, CAS, elected to the board of directors

Bankers Advertising Company (PPAI 101972, D8)Kevin Peska, CAS, director of sales development

Barker Specialty Company (PPAI 102001, D10)Judi Mariano, director of strategic initiatives, and Kimberly Chandler, Amanda Cruz, Christina Kopcza and Patricia Mich, production team members

Concepts & Associates, Inc. (PPAI 134402, D6)Wendy Wess Marcello, digital marketing manager

HALO Branded Solutions (PPAI 106462, D15)Sean Radford, executive vice president and chief human resource officer

iPROMOTEu (PPAI 218870, D12)Les Dorfman, senior vice president

The Incentive Research Foundation (IRF)Stephanie Harris, president

Promotional Products Education Foundation (PPEF)—2020 Board Officers: Dana Porter, MAS, chair; Brian Porter, immediate past chair; Carrie Pitre, MAS, chair elect; Matt Bertram, vice chair – strategic planning and budget; Eileen Lynch, vice chair – marketing and recognition; David Grobisen, vice chair – scholarship; and Christopher Duffy, MAS, vice chair – fundraising

Specialty Advertising Association of California (SAAC) FoundationAngela Taylor and Rhett Todd, board members

Cap America, Inc. (PPAI 111597, S10)James Matson, vice president of sales

Clegg Promo (PPAI 111692, S6)Victor Macchia, vice president of sales and marketing

Evans Manufacturing (PPAI 110747, S10)Karen Gomez, account executive covering Arizona, Southern and Central California, Hawaii, Nevada and New Mexico; Kim Horton, West Coast senior account manager covering Southern and Central California; and Amy Reliford, Ohio Valley senior account manager covering Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington D.C.

Eversole Run (PPAI 199242, S5)David Lodde of DL Marketing to represent the company in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska; Dick and Brett Filut of R.J. Filut & Associates to represent the company in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin; Mark Treger to represent the company in California; and Emily Daily joined as a graphic designer

iClick (PPAI 254537, S11)Rob Derrig, national sales manager–West Coast, and Chris Hart, national sales manager-East Coast

IMAGEN Brands, parent company of suppliers Crown Products (PPAI 113430, S10) and Vitronic (PPAI 114197, S10)Jordin Scott, national account manager

Outdoor Cap Company (PPAI 213485, S10)Jenny Straub, director of sales

Vantage Apparel (PPAI 113235, S10)—Dale Kleinman, sales manager for Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota; Marc Loeb, chief operating officer

STAHLS’ (PPAI 189660, S3)Jennifer Johnson, promoted to strategic market sales manager with a focus on the Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas region

Floyd Schulmeier, with Tulsa, Oklahoma-based supplier Selco (PPAI 113845, S6), passed away on October 8 at Saint Francis Hospital. He was 80.

Schulmeier was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, where he attended McArthur High School and Saint Mary’s College. He began his lifelong career as a jeweler in 1961 and left San Antonio to join Selco in 1965. Schulmeier and his wife, Vi Smith, started their own watch company, S&S Time, in 1992. It merged with Selco in 2010, where Smith continues to work.

An accomplished trumpeter, Schulmeier played in the German American Society band for residents of nursing homes across the area, for his church and in the Tulsa community band.

“Floyd was smart, funny, opinionated, friendly and never met a stranger,” Smith says. “He loved unconditionally, was compassionate and would do anything for you. He loved God and knew God was his source, and had a fierce pride in our kids and grandkids. He made me laugh; 37 years with Floyd was a joy and each day was totally new. He is missed terribly, but at peace.”

Schulmeier is also survived by his son Eric Smith, daughter Connie Duncan and her husband Brian, daughter Janet Allen, son Jeff Smith and his wife Jackie, daughter Samantha Bridgers and her husband Butch, son Allen Schulmeier and his wife Julie, as well as nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren, sister Darleen Lange and her husband Marvin, sister Aline Wallace and her husband Gene, and several nieces and nephews.

Services for Schulmeier were held October 12 at Christian Chapel Church in Tulsa. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials in his memory be made to Royal Family Kids’ Camp, Christian Chapel Church, 7807 E. 76th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133.  

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James Khattak is news editor of PPB.

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