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An Arizona native, Cynthia has been in the print business for years, but stays enthused about learning something new, whether it’s a finishing technique or a client’s business. “It’s rare that a company is as engaged with each client at all levels the way O’Neil is,” she says. “My partnerships have evolved into long time friendships, and that brings a smile to my face.” Cynthia, who has a quirky habit of sniffing printed pieces, says, “Ink on paper smells great.” No argument there.
Connie has years of local and national sales experience in the print field, a fact that enables her to provide added value on each project. “I view all my clients as business partners,” she says. “My personal goal is to achieve optimum cost effectiveness throughout the entire process.” Someone who loves a challenge, Connie says she likes to identify innovative solutions for her clients and jump ahead of their expectations.
Brent’s industry experience began when he was in high school, working summer jobs at a paper mill in Switzerland. He wound up working for nearly 20 years in his family’s printing business in San Francisco. During that time, he worked in virtually every area of the business. So if you happen to have any technical questions, don’t hesitate to ask Brent. He’s a graduate of the Printing Industries of America Executive Development Program and has attended Heidelberg Speedmaster and CPC training courses in Heidelberg, Germany.
Ask Todd Hogan what he likes about working at O’Neil and he’ll tell you it’s the chance to be creative and make someone’s dream a tangible reality. That makes sense, since Todd himself is a creative person who writes and performs music. (Fun facts: Todd wrote songs for One Tree Hill, The Client List, ESPN and Jersey Shore). We’re just glad he’s part of our ensemble.
Printing is second nature to Jason, who started working for the family print business in junior high. Over the past 22 years, he’s worked in every department, from pre-press to shipping. He takes great satisfaction in learning about each client’s business and being welcomed as a true partner in their endeavors. An outdoor buff, this fifth generation Arizonan likes to hike, camp and go mountain biking.
Lucy’s printing career began in the early 1960s in Des Moines, Iowa at her husband’s small print shop. Since 1984, Lucy has been with O’Neil, where she started out as a sales secretary. “It seemed like the salespeople were having more fun, so I moved into sales,” she says. “Client interaction is addicting, so even though I’m semi-retired, I’ll probably be charging into the pressroom on my walker as I head into my 90’s.” Have at it, Lucy.
Rhonda started in the print business in 1989 as a receptionist at a print shop in Oklahoma City. “I was fascinated with the whole 4-color process thing,” she says. “Back then, we used film and color keys, which were a great way to show exactly how the process worked. Now, when I teach younger generations about the process, everything is digital, direct to plate. I’m amazed at how rapidly our craft evolves.” She adds, “I love working with creative people and seeing their ideas come to fruition.”
Norb has been in the printing business for a mind-boggling 40-some years. He enjoys working for O’Neil, and loves partnering with clients to produce top quality jobs. He says that “O’Neil has some of the best craftsmen in the industry.” And if anyone would know, Norb would.
Bruce started out in printing at a very young age. Since 1985, he’s been working in the field full time. “What I like about coming to work each day is getting to work with the greatest team on the planet,” he says. “It’s so gratifying to know that I am a part of this team, and that as a company we are courageous, well-loved and respected in the marketplace.” A man of many interests, Bruce’s fine art flower photography has been published multiple times in Arizona Highways magazine.