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Digital Printing

 

 

Foresight is great only because we employ great people. We have nearly four dozen members on our team, with a combined industry experience of more than 1000 years. Seriously, we added it up and didn’t believe it ourselves. A millennium of knowledge can do wonders for your quality and reputation!

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Foresight Group has been lucky to have Chris Hyland on our team for more than 30 years now; when she started, we were still waxing artwork to boards to shoot with a camera. Wow. When not at work, Chris enjoys time spent on some of Michigan's many lakes and rivers.

 

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Sue Campbell, prepress technician

As another three-decade printing veteran on our team, Sue contributes to the hundreds of years of combined experience we have to offer our clients. It’s what truly sets us apart from our competition. Also during that time, Sue has spent many sunny days on the lake, and hit countless rounds of golf.

 

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Christina Haskell, prepress technician

Although she’s only been in the printing industry for about five years, Christina is a prepress whiz who always seems to know a lot more than she should for the time she’s spent at it. We depend on her a ton. Her baking and cooking skills are awesome to have around too.

 

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Tom Haywood, prepress technician

 

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Bill Hussey, digital press operator

Bill began his printing career over 40 years ago while still in high school. Over the years he has mastered many aspects of the trade from letterpress to offset printing, and now works in our digital print department. In his free time Bill helps fight crime as a Deputy for the Clinton County Sheriff’s department.

 

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Mary Malecki, prepress technician

She shudders when it’s mentioned, but Mary has been involved with printing since 1972. (YES, they had offset presses back then!) Rightfully so, she’s even more proud to be celebrating her 30th wedding anniversary. She’s stuck here in Michigan with us, but loves traveling the southern states when we occasionally let her go.

 

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Joe Warren, digital press lead operator

Over the last 35 years, Joe has seen the printing industry turn itself upside down. For a guy who used to run a letterpress and hand set type, his transition to running a digital press is a testament to his commitment. It’s easier to load a .pdf and click print, but secretly we think Joe is still missing those heavy trays of lead.

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