Rogers retires from Mountain Advocate Media

Photo by Bobbie Poynter

Pictured are Larry Rogers and Mountain Advocate Publisher Jay Nolan at the Omni Adast, a large press machine used to print oversized jobs.
Pictured are Larry Rogers and Mountain Advocate Publisher Jay Nolan at the Omni Adast, a large press machine used to print oversized jobs.

Staff at the Mountain Advocate held a special luncheon Friday in honor of Larry Rogers who retired after 20 years in the business. Larry started out as a pressman in the Barbourville office on Jan. 2, 1994, and has since become the expert and go-to man on the press machines.

Larry has printed millions of pieces over his career, and satisfied a lot of demanding customers. We all appreciate him very much. And, we wish him all the best in his well earned retirement.

‘I’m not going to just up and disappear,” said Rogers. “I’ll still be around to help out if I’m needed.”