White House Office History

In March of 2017, Ron and Doris Williams, the owners of White House Printing contacted Joe Davis, the owner of Gerald Printing about purchasing their business. Ron had worked with Gerald Printing over the years to print larger offset press jobs and knew Joe. Ron and Doris both worked in the business and were ready to retire. The company served mainly White House and the surrounding area with print on paper and sign products. Ron and Doris owned the building located on Highway 31W and were looking to lease the building to provide some retirement income. Ron, Doris and Joe negotiated an Agreement to Purchase Assets and the transaction closed on May 15, 2017.

John Mazeika, the General Manager of Gerald Printing worked with the staff to sell the existing offset press equipment and add screen printing and embroidery to the product line. A minor remodel was completed to the facility and new graphics were added to the front of the building introducing the new name of Gerald Printing to the community. A Ribbon Cutting hosted by the White House Chamber of Commerce was held on September 28, 2017. The celebration included free t-shirts and other giveaways to highlight the new product lines now available.

In November 2017, the Gerald Printing Franklin, Kentucky office was merged into the Bowling Green office for Kentucky customers and the White House office for Tennessee customers. This provided the White House office an expanded customer base especially from the Springfield and Portland areas. In June 2021, Jeremy Leatherman was promoted to the position of Sales Manager of the White House office. John and Jeremy have developed an excellent staff to provide print on paper, decorated apparel, signs and promotional products to serve the community.