Roger Buck, CDC, director of marketing for St. Louis-headquartered The Flesh Company, started his career in the print industry early.
"My father worked at a local weekly newspaper for 33 years that was all hot type and also had a small job shop. My first job was sweeping up scrap lead from around the Ludlow and Linotype machines. I learned type setting, letterpress, sheet offset, stripping, plate burning and other processes normally in a small job shop," he said. "I moved into business forms in 1971 and enjoyed watching the shifts that have taken place in printed communication."