JoAnne Drellack

Account Manager

308 13th Avenue NW Little Falls MN 56345

888.632.8844 x259




JoAnne Drellack started in the print industry in 1980 after graduating from the St. Cloud Vo-Tech graphic arts program. In July of that same year, JoAnne began working at Transcript Printing in Little Falls, MN. She worked in the typesetting, camera, and bindery departments. In 1982 JoAnne worked for one year at the local newspaper, the Little Falls Daily Transcript, in the composition room finalizing the layout for the daily newspaper. She held that position until the newspaper discontinued publication and went to work for Bill and Rita Blaine, who purchased the print portion of the business and renamed it Blaine Printing. JoAnne continued with the company until 1994 when it was sold to Tom Cotton and Roger Deterding and renamed Spectrum Printing, known today as Spectrum Marketing Services.

Over the span of years, JoAnne has worked in various areas of the print industry including customer service, typesetting/design, camera/plating, and bindery, coming full circle to the customer service area. Technology has changed the print industry tremendously over the years, but JoAnne knows the success of any company depends upon getting to know the customers and building and maintaining those relationships.

Currently, JoAnne works as an Account Manager, managing larger customer accounts on a day-to-day basis. JoAnne enjoys the daily contact she has with her customers and still works with some of the same accounts she had when she started in the print industry.

JoAnne grew up on a farm and currently resides with her husband Jerry on their Century Farm which has been in the Drellack Family ownership for over 130 years.

JoAnne enjoys spending time with her family, especially her grandson, Gabriel. She also enjoys gardening, fishing, walking and taking short weekend trips with Jerry. JoAnne and Jerry have been married for 35 years, have one grown daughter, Stephanie who is married to Caleb and a grandson, Gabriel and are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their granddaughter in May of 2015.