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Cathedral Corp. names new chief operating officer

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Fred Van Alstyne

ROME, N.Y. — Cathedral Corporation recently announced it has appointed Fred Van Alstyne as the company’s new chief operating officer (COO).

Van Alstyne is responsible for leadership and oversight of all aspects of production and technology for the company, which operates printing plants in four states.

“Fred brings a wealth of experience in the document outsourcing industry, along with strong leadership skills and a history of embracing innovation,” Cathedral CEO/Chair Marianne W. Gaige said in a news release. “I am confident he will guide Cathedral well as we continue our journey through our second century.”

Before joining Cathedral, Van Alstyne served as COO of Content Critical Solutions in New Jersey, where he served as a key architect of the company, which provides technology solutions, process outsourcing, and transactional document-production services. A certified public accountant, he also previously served as a turnaround consultant for Marotta Gund Budd & Dzera in New York City. His previous experience also includes roles in both mergers and acquisitions consulting and auditing for Arthur Andersen, Ernst & Young, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, and Deloitte & Touche.

“I am excited to join a company with such a rich history,” Van Alstyne said. “I am confident that my experience will allow me to set Cathedral Corporation on a strategic path for another 100 years of delivering superior solutions to its customers.”

He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Van Alstyne is also a member of the board of trustees and immediate past president of Imaging Network Group.

Headquartered in Rome, Cathedral Corp. operates production facilities in Holbrook, N.Y.; Orlando, Florida; Lincoln, Rhode Island; and Kensington, Connecticut. Services include data management, direct mail, print production, digital solutions, and fulfillment services for a range of industries including financial services, health care, governments, utilities, and religious and nonprofit organizations.

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