Osterrieder to retire as VP of southeast sales at Cathedral Corp.


Cathedral Corporation has announced Dave Osterrieder, vice president of Southeast sales, has retired from the company as of Tuesday, June 1, after serving in that role for the past 10 years, overseeing business development and client relationships for Cathedral’s southeast business in such services as transactional and direct mail for financial services, government and utility industry sectors.

Osterrieder has more than 35 years of experience in direct and database marketing, and he has developed and implemented targeted data-driven marketing campaigns for large national clients. “I have thoroughly enjoyed my long career. To my colleagues, bosses, clients, partners, and business associates over the years, I can tell you that I remember each one of you and that you made an impact on me! I will miss the camaraderie, competition, and challenges that work has provided and most of all the people that I have met along the way,” said Osterrieder.”

Dana Floyd will broaden his scope as vice president of northeast sales upon Osterrieder’s retirement. “I am confident that Dana Floyd will offer our clients exceptional service,” Osterrieder said.

“I want to thank Dave for his excellent years of service and wish him the very best in his retirement,” said Marianne W. Gaige, chairperson and CEO of Cathedral, “Dana Floyd is the perfect fit to expand his VP role by managing and leading our business sales in the U.S.” Dana has more than 30 years of technical sales and account oversight experience for digital data management service organizations. He has spent 25 of those years at Cathedral Corporation, overseeing Cathedral’s relationships and efforts with both current and new major accounts, with an emphasis on check/remittance processing and e-commerce. 

Cathedral Corporation provides communications services to financial businesses, healthcare, higher education, non-profits, religious organizations, telco and utilities, and other industries.


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