Kevin Hubert – President & Owner

Kevin Hubert, President & Owner of Connecticut Valley Bindery (“CVB”), oversees the overall operations of the Company including sales, estimating, and production. He has been with CVB since 1995, when he started out as a sales representative. He quickly developed the necessary skills in production, estimating, and scheduling. With his expertise and strong customer relationships, the Company grew substantially. Appointed as President and Chief Operating Officer of CVB in June 2006, he continues to focus on increasing sales volume, production efficiencies, quality of finishing, and new lines of business based on growing demands in the printing industry and his customers’ requests.


James Myjak – Plant Manager

James began working in the bindery industry in 1980 at Mueller Trade Bindery as an Operator. He quickly advanced into supervision and management. James later worked for Allied Printing Inc. for 26 years as the Supervisor for the Bindery and Mailroom operations. Bringing 37 years of invaluable industry experience and knowledge, James started at Connecticut Valley Bindery in January, 2017. He oversees all of production, quality control and personnel in the Bindery department with tremendous energy and passion for both the work and employees of CVB.


Pat Eannotti – Production Planner & Customer Service Manager

Pat began working for Connecticut Valley Bindery in February, 2015 as the Production Planner/ Customer Service Manager. Pat’s primary roll at CVB is job planning, customer service and overseeing shipping and receiving. He also assists with scheduling and quality control. Pat has been working in the printing industry since 1980. He started out in the pressroom, worked his way through prepess and then onto production management. Pat’s 35 years of experience in the industry are an invaluable asset to CVB and its customers.


Tracy Hubert – CFO & Treasurer

Tracy Hubert, CFO & Treasurer of Connecticut Valley Bindery, started in June 2005 and oversees all accounting and financial reporting of the Company as well as investing in new equipment and securing financing arrangements. Before joining CVB she was the Controller for a large computer consulting company; prior to that, she was employed as a public accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers for a number of years.