The Son of a 'Kodak Man' Remembers the Good Times and Bad @ DF

The Son of a 'Kodak Man' Remembers the Good Times and Bad @ DF

"My dad paid no attention. He would say proudly that Kodak spent a higher percentage on research and development than anybody. I knew his entire pitch by heart: With the top-ranked universities in town and down the road, Kodak was the place to work from Buffalo to Albany. If you went

to school, had family, or married someone in Rochester, it was the top of the heap. If you had to endure the awful weather, at least you were at Kodak.

 They paid well, too, as my dad reminded me when I grew my hair and called Kodak part of "The Establishment." He reminded me who fed, clothed, housed and educated all of us. It didn't take more than a year or two of college for me to get it."
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