Meet The Team
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Ed Byrne is a vestige left over from the last century. Born in Kansas and raised in Wyoming, Colorado and Idaho before landing in Wisconsin as a college student, he has worked in radio and print journalism, and worked as a private detective for several years, including working homicide cases.
He started high school and youth soccer programs in Brown County over 40 years ago, was known as the Father of Soccer in Northeast Wisconsin, but is now the Grandfather of Soccer. He is also the grandfather to two precocious grandkids - who are much smarter than he is. He likes Cajun music, Cajun food, and the Amish approach to life and faith.
Administrative Assistant/Proofreader/Invitation Specialist
Lisa joined Zander Press as our receptionist and proofreader on August 4, 2008. She’s the lady who typically greets you at the counter or answers the phone. Part of her responsibilities is to proofread the print work, newspaper and advertising copy to make sure that everything is spelled right and the grammar is correct.
She is also responsible for managing the Shopper carriers, managing The Brillion News mailing list and the inserts that will be included with the papers and ordering the rubber stamps for customers. She also sits down with brides to make their bridal invitation orders perfect and memorable, along with processing some printing orders.
David joined Zander Press on January 4, 2016, as the editor of The Brillion News. He is a descendant of the 1990s and was born and raised in Green Bay.
He started with The Brillion News as he finished earning a degree from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in communication with emphases in journalism, public relations and organizational communication. He has since earned Wisconsin Newspaper Association awards in reporting and photography. He enjoys watching sports and spending time with family and friends in his free time.
Darcy joined Zander Press full-time on April Fools Day, 1987, as the 4th generation. She started “working” at Zander Press as a child helping her grandfather in the bindery for some minimal change and ice cream. Through the decades she has worked on the Lake to Lake Shopper, The Brillion News and designing print work.
She is an award-winning designer winning multiple awards from the Wisconsin Newspaper Associ-ation and the Free Community Papers for her design work. As new graphic designers were hired when the print side of the business grew, she converted her focus to her roots and now primarily works on laying out the newspaper and the Shopper and does a variety of print work design as time allows.