President & CEO
Allen Woolf has always focused on helping TPS clients achieve maximum visibility for their businesses and organizations. Never content to do things the same way if he could find a better way, he’s secured a four-decade track record for TPS for leveraging new, improved technologies to enhance client marketing and identity programs. Faith, family and travel are important to Allen, and he admits to a passion for collecting toy trucks from the ’40, ’50s and ’60s. Married to his high-school sweetheart for more than 40 years, and proud of his three children and seven grandchildren, he’s the fourth generation to live in the farmhouse that was built in 1895 on the Woolf family farm.
A little professional history for this Friends University alumnus, Allen started working part time in high school for Floyd and Norma Souders at the Cheney Sentinel newspaper and has worked in the printing industry ever since. He spent five years at Anderson Printing before moving to Hutchinson, Kansas, to manage Central Printing. In July 1979, he and Vernon Stoll launched The Print Shoppe, changing the name to Total Printing Solutions after Stoll’s retirement in 2001.