1. Employee Spotlight – Louis Duvall III (Drummer)

    Young boys around the age of ten are typically involved in activities like baseball and basketball. But if you’re fortunate enough to grow up in South Louisiana, you’ve got to add fishing, hunting and drums. Drums? Why drums you might ask? Each Sunday evening young Louis Duvall III could be found perched directly in front of the family television set watching the legendary Ed Sullivan …Read More

  2. Tennis Anyone? with Jean Boudreaux

    Jean Boudreaux began playing tennis at the age of 10 and vividly recalls her playing days in high school. Jean resides in Lafayette, La with her best friend and husband Kim, their sons Brandon and Nicholas and of course, close proximity to a tennis court! When asked about hobbies, she immediately admits that her number one hobby is son Nicholas, a senior lacrosse player for St. Thomas More. Her hu…Read More

  3. “Keeping It Real” with Kristopher Gumpert

    Southern charm and a great smile are often an overused cliche, but not so in the case of Kristopher Gumpert, or as most call him simply Kris. He was born and raised in the heart of Cajun Country which is recognized worldwide as the Sportsman’s Paradise. This could explain his passion and love for the great outdoors. “I love spending time with my wife and two beautiful daughters” Kris enjoys…Read More

  4. Art Is A Family Affair With Meagan Frame

    Meagan Frame grew up the creative child of an artistic mother, and was encouraged at an early age by both mom and dad whenever the slightest interest in art presented itself. Growing up, her love for the Arts included all types of art, dance, theater and fine arts. Her passion of creative expression fed her desire to try everything, and it was that desire that led her through the incredible journe…Read More

  5. Riding for a Cause

    My wife decided when she turned 40 that she would start running marathons to work on getting healthy for our kids. She started this health kick and was featured in magazines about her journey. She came to me one day and said she wanted to ride around Lake Tahoe, which was 100 miles. I knew she had gone crazy at that point, to ride on a bicycle up and down hills? I didn’t want to be left behind, …Read More

  6. Hobby Keeps Woodturner In His “Write Mind”

    The origin of woodturning dates to around 1300 BC when the Egyptians first developed a two-person lathe. In the Middle Ages a pedal replaced hand-operated turning, freeing both the craftsman’s hands to hold the woodturning tools. During the Industrial Revolution the lathe was motorized, allowing turned items to be created in less time. The motor also produced a greater rotational speed for t…Read More

  7. William M. Rose

    Pixus Digital Printing is proud to announce William Rose, the latest recipient of the “Certificate of Expertise” by the International Digital Enterprise Alliance. Will received the certification of Color Management Professional Level of Fundamentals by demonstrating a thorough knowledge of the fundamental best practices essential to the practice of color management in a graphic communications …Read More