3 May 2011
Gerry Heinz leaves Pacific Bindery Services; Larry Worfolk new operations manager
VANCOUVER—After 32 years with Pacific Bindery Services, co-owner Gerry Heinz is moving on to pursue other lifelong interests, the company has announced. His departure is leading to some changes at PBS.
Larry Worfolk, with the company since 2001, moves into the position of operations manager. He was most recently customer service manager at PBS.

PBS is now wholly owned by Brad Clement, controller and CFO. He's been with the company for 20 years, and co-owner for the past 12. Kris Bovay, who joined PBS in 2002, remains general manager.

Now in its 39th year in business, the full-service trade bindery operates out of a 45,000 sq. ft. operation with 50 employees

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