Robert Savage

Profile Updated: March 26, 2021
Robert Savage
Residing In: Treasure Island, FL USA
Class Year: 1971
Spouse/Partner: Jayne
Occupation: President & CEO Strategic Imagery
Children: Stephanie, born 1984 - Jeffrey born 1984 - Elizabeth born 1986
Yes! Attending Reunion
How did you find out about Passaic Valley Alumni.com

Word of Mouth

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45 + Years within the Pharmaceutical industry. Retired 2003.

Companies Served Within:

Sterling Drug - Group Product Director
Hoffmann La-Roche - Vice-President Marketing
Pharmacia Pharmaceuticals - Group VP, President, Worldwide Inflammation & Auto-Immune Program
Johnson & Johnson - Worldwide Chairman, Pharmaceutical Group

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Mar 06, 2021 at 2:17 PM

SuSu: Glad to hear you have done so well and are surrounded by three loving Children and 5 adoring Grandchildren. I've thought of you often from the wonderful times we had together in Dr. K.'s Chemistry class. I remain best friends with Frank P. as our blood pact now presses toward 65 years. May you be blessed with a long and happy life, filled with great health, joy & success in all those ways most important to you! Ropes

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Dec 25, 2018 at 11:03 AM

Happy Birthday Janice! Please pass along my best wishes to Jim!

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Steve.....don't know if you saw my comment on Jim's profile but I offered up the name of Michael Hallet. Does that ring a bell?

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Posted on: Sep 23, 2018 at 10:16 PM

The Allemande is one of the most popular dance forms in Baroque music and a standard element of a suite. In this and many other suites, it is the first movement after the Prelude.
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