Four Standard Register execs get new jobs


Standard Register announced Monday it has given four executives new jobs.

The Dayton-based document services company named Greg Greve as executive vice president, enterprise delivery; Joseph L. Klenke as executive vice president, advanced technology and channels; Jeffery L. Moder as executive vice president, corporate marketing; and Amy Reilly as executive vice president, organizational effectivenes.

“These executives are part of a core team of leaders that is shaping and executing our strategy and engaging our employees to participate productively,” said Joseph P. Morgan Jr., president and chief executive officer, in a statement.

Greve is responsible for overall operations, including manufacturing, customer service, logistics and distribution, technical services and development and engineering. Most recently, he led the formation of the digital distribution Center of Excellence in Jeffersonville, Ind.

Greve joined Standard Register in 2006 as vice president of sourcing, and served as vice president of customer service and supply chain management from 2008 through 2010 before being promoted to his current job.

Klenke will lead the company’s efforts to accelerate growth outside its existing sales and delivery channels. He is responsible for the company’s international and alternative channel partners programs, as well as strategy, product development and sales of in-mold labeling and advanced material science products and services. Klenke has been with Standard Register for 26 years.

Moder is responsible for corporate level marketing, as well as leading the company’s promotional marketing business. He joined Standard Register in August 2013 when the company acquired WorkflowOne. He is currently involved in the transformation of the company’s go-to-market approach and deployment of new sales and marketing automation technologies.

Reilly is responsible for providing the design and implementation of all human resources strategies. She works closely with the CEO, board of directors and the governance and compensation committees on executive compensation and development processes for the organization. Reilly began her career with Standard Register in 1994 and has held a variety of human resources leadership positions within the company.


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