Pacific Press Selects Galusha as President

August 01, 2005 | Nicole Batten

Dale Galusha, currently vice president of sales and ministries for Pacific Press Publishing Association, has been selected as the successor to the current Pacific Press president, Bob Kyte.

Kyte announced his decision last month to not stand for re-election at the upcoming Aug. 11 constituency meeting. After serving Pacific Press for 25 years, 16 years as president, Kyte has decided to move into full-time law practice. Under his leadership, Pacific Press has achieved and maintained financial stability while keeping pace with publishing industry technology.

Galusha, who served as an Adventist church pastor in California for 12 years before coming to Pacific Press in 1995, holds a bachelor’s degree in theology from Pacific Union College and a master of divinity degree from Andrews University.