Dave Savastano, Editor05.20.15
When Robert O’Boyle completed active duty in the Army, he looked to bring his knowledge in chemicals to the business world. He quickly found a home in the ink industry, where he has thrived for more than 35 years, and the choice proved to be a good one for O’Boyle and the ink industry.
“After leaving active duty with the Army Chemical Corp., I started to look for full time employment,” said O’Boyle, product manager – coatings, Sun Chemical. “One of my mentors suggested I contact Reserve Chemical Officers in New Jersey to see if any were looking for chemists. Borden Inks in Fair Lawn answered the call, and that’s where I began my first two years in the industry. After an industry visit to the R&D labs at Sun Chemical, I was impressed with the facilities and applied for a job. I have been with Sun Chemical ever since.”
O’Boyle entered management fairly soon after joining Sun Che
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