Business in Brief

Ronnie Shepherd will celebrate 30 years of service at R.R. Donnelley in Willard Monday. He was hired in 1976 as a seasonal shipper. He has worked as a material handler, machine index cutter operator and is currently an equipment operator I. His supervisor says Ron has seen a lot of changes in his 30 years at RR Donnelley. He has a strong work ethic and dedicated spirit that makes him a highly valued partner in the R.R. Donnelley solution.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

Ronnie Shepherd will celebrate 30 years of service at R.R. Donnelley in Willard Monday. He was hired in 1976 as a seasonal shipper. He has worked as a material handler, machine index cutter operator and is currently an equipment operator I.

His supervisor says Ron has seen a lot of changes in his 30 years at RR Donnelley. He has a strong work ethic and dedicated spirit that makes him a highly valued partner in the R.R. Donnelley solution.

Ronnie lives in Willard and has six children: Stephanie, Jonathan, Adam, Carly, Daniel, and Ciara.

He enjoys playing pool and darts, watching movies, taking walks and spending time with his family.

Diane Lowery will celebrate 30 years of service at R.R. Donnelley in Willard on May 16. She was hired in 1966 as a packer girl in the pressroom. She has worked as a bindery feeder, and is currently a Smyth Sewer operator.

Her supervisor says Diane is that rare employee who seems to keep going no matter what. Her dedication to R.R. Donnelley and her commitment to quality make her a most valued employee.

Diane lives in Greenwich with her husband James. They have three children: Diana Whitaker, Mike, and Scott; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

She and her husband enjoy their vacations at Myrtle Beach and also four-wheeling.