Stenograph executive to retire
Sunday, November 17, 2013 1:10 AM
ELMHURST — Stenograph announced that Dave Wynne, senior vice president of education, will be retiring from the company.
Wynne joined the company in December of 1986 as vice president of sales. Over the course of his 27 years with Stenograph, he touched virtually every aspect and contributed to the success of the business, the company said in a release. Highlights include managing both inside and outside sales organizations, forming the Supplies and Education sales groups, sales administration, Marketing, and establishing Stenograph University. Most recently, Dave played an integral role in Stenograph’s efforts of providing quality court reporters to the industry through Prince Institute.
“Stenograph is truly committed to the profession and gives back far more than most reporters realize,” said Wynne. While working with the NCRF, Wynne contributed his time by serving on the Angels Committee and numerous Phone-a-Thons.
“Dave has had an unmatched career at Stenograph. His spirit and contribution will be greatly missed,” said company President John Wenclawski. “The profession is truly losing one of its biggest champions.”
Stenograph is a maker marketer of shorthand machines and computer-aided transcription software.