Xerox 914 Club

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Robert "Bob" Mahoney

Robert "Bob" Mahoney
Georgetown, IL
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Note from Jim Kincer: Bob was a sales representative in Lexington for K. David Robertson in the early 1970's during the same time  I worked there, along with Skip Winfree, Jim McCubbin, Ed Tuggle, George Hodgson, Bob Black, Ray Kemp, Glenn Baugh and Dick Rudzik.

Here is what Bob had to say when I first contacted him:

"OMG!  You can't imagine how often I think of Lexington, Xerox and the people I had the opportunity to work with. My success was the experience of being exposed to men and women who were very skilled, intelligent and it certainly helped me....I used all that I ever learned from those people in my future endeavors". 

"All news about Xerox people is interesting to read.  My memory is still very strong and I can think back to many things which happened while at Xerox.....It was a good experience and I had a great opportunity to work with great people such as you and the other Lexington ASO people"!  

"I learned more from my Xerox days than anywhere else I worked.  PSS (Professional Selling Skills) is still engrained in my mind!!  I have used these skills many times since I left Xerox in sales and non-sales positions". 

"My greatest memory of you is when we (the team) created the movie (16MM!!), "The Day in the Life of a Xerox Salesman".  As I think about it now, for its time it was rather "edgy".  I am surprised we were allowed to even show it at the annual Regional Meeting".

"My Ft. Lauderdale training and association with the quality people at Xerox gave me the tools to spend twenty successful years with the Quaker Oats Company in Danville, Illinois".  

"I finished my working career at The Quaker Oats Company cereal manufacturing plant in Danville, Illinois as a production supervisor.  It was mostly a great place to work!!!  I retired soon after it was sold PepsiCo"!  

"The sale of Quaker brand to PepsiCo was fortuitous for me as I had been purchasing Quaker stock through the 401-K program for twenty years and the sale reaped a really nice escalation of stock values which continued to improve until my retirement!  Work became history...I thought.  I have been retired for over 14 years now and as much as I thought retirement might be slow and boring, I find it to be anything but".  

"Soon after I left Quaker, I secured a teaching certificate to be a substitute teacher, to keep me busy.  I spent twelve years doing just that and, for the most part, loved every minute of it.  Many times I rued the initial direction of my college education toward business, when in fact, my real success could possibly have been as a teacher.  I enjoyed it immensely...even the less than happy parts when discipline was necessary".   
"So, all in all, I have no real regrets with where life has taken us. Sandi and I have lived a good life and do the things that we want to do!  We live in Georgetown, IL, celebrated our 54th wedding anniversary this year, have four fantastic grandchildren and a two-year-old great-granddaughter.  We both have good health and I will take good health over anything else just about any day of the week"!

"Xerox was a fantastic company and the experience with them resulted in many extended excellent careers".   Bob Mahoney

Jim Rowe

Jim Rowe 2010
Jim Rowe
Louisville, KY
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Jim Rowe 2013
Jim was with Xerox from early 1970 till 1984  as a copier and "telecopier" (fax) sales representative and sales manager.  He enjoyed much success during his XEROX experience and won many awards and recognition trips!  
After departing XEROX Jim became The District Sales Manager for Paradyne/ATT until 1991 at which time he founded his own company, Panax Video, here in Louisville.
Jim Rowe and Donald Trump

Jim Rowe joined us for lunch 7/10/18

Jim Woodcock

Jim Woodcock
Midland, Texas
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Jim was employed by Xerox Corporation from 1964-1979 holding various positions including worldwide director of training for the office products division. He was in Louisville for many of the Xerox years

He received his degree in economics from Western Kentucky University in 1964.  He and his wife Claire have five children and eight grandchildren.  They divide their time between Midland, Texas; Santa Fe, New Mexico and their ranch in Gunnison, Colorado, where Jim does much "Bow" Elk hunting and usually gets one!  Bow Elk hunting is one of Jim's pastime passions, he stays in good physical condition to cope with the altitude and demanding countryside!
Jim Woodcock is currently managing director of JW Environmental, LLC  specializing in capturing, collecting and turning flared or vented gas into an energy efficient product on a worldwide basis.  Jim has visited every continent, every wonder of the world.  He has been in Iran, Syria, Saudi, Kuwait, Qutar, Bahrain, Oman and Dubai!  He has traveled to every country in Southeast Asia including Vietnam, Burma, Napal and Bhutan. He has most recently traveled to Ethiopia, SriLanka and Morocco.  A very interesting note, Jim has done millions of dollars worth of business with Khadafi in Libya.  Jim travels to Europe at least twice a year to his business interests in Italy, Sicily, South Africa and several other countries.

He recently sold Hy-Bon Engineering Co. ( an engineering and manufacturing company that he owned for 30 years.  Additionally, he was chairman and CEO of TransRepublic Resources, a private oil and gas exploration company and founder and chairman of Renovar Energy Corporation, a private waste to energy company. 
Paul Nagel and Jim Woodcock at Churchill Downs 1974
Jim has won several awards, including the Hearst Environmental Award.  

He has served on the boards of several public companies including chairman of Teton Energy Co.  He also has served on non-profit boards and currently sits on the board of the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum and the development board of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin and is a Member of the Petroleum Museum's Board of Trustees. 

He is an avid sailboat captain and pilot.  He has sailed in waters all over the world and piloted his Twin Engine Cessna extensively.  Jim Woodcock is a world traveler both for business and pleasure, having visited every continent and has had the opportunity to meet and interface with government and corporate officials in many countries on a professional and personal level.  Jim has developed life long relationships with both government and private individuals all over the world.  These relationships have allowed him the opportunity to understand the interworkings of countries and cultures without being bound by traditional government agencies.  

Gary Schuetz

Gary 1974
Gary 2012
Gary Schuetz
Louisville, KY
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(Now living in Stokesdale, NC)
Gary was with Xerox from 1967 until 1979 as a sales representative and account manager.  He worked for Paul Logsdon and was an excellent sales representative.

After Xerox, Gary owned  E and S Sales and service, a copier supply and service company and he founded Copier Warehouse, a copy machine company.  In recent years Gary sold both business and the property on Hunsinger Lane.  

Gary and Lois have recently (as of April 7, 2017) moved near Greensboro, NC.  
2/25/18: Gary and Lois live in a "little rural town" called Stokesdale, North Carolina on a 1acer lot which was a golf course at one time.  The home backs up to a beautiful, well stocked 3-acre pond.  Daughter Julie and her husband, Nathan, and their 4 children live near. Gary enjoys life, fishing, and their 9 grandchildren!                                                   
  Walt Schultz-Tom Ruff-Gary Schuetz-Jerry Gardner-George Hodgson-Dick Rudzik
Standing are Vic Arnold and Paul Logsdon

Bill Hinton

Bill Hinton 2015
Bill Hinton
Louisville, KY

Bill was with the Xerox Corporation from the early beginning of the Louisville Branch.  Prior to Xerox, he worked with GE as a territory manager.  Bill was a major account manager (and particularly the GE account manager) for all of the time that I worked with him.  He was an outstanding salesman and was always on or above plan.  
Phyllis and Bill 2016

During his final years at Xerox, Bill and Don Henson began building houses and learned the land-development business.  After retiring from Xerox Bill became one of the largest developers in the Louisville area.  He and Phyllis still live in Louisville.  

Today, Bill's health is good and he still hunts and fishes as often as possible, in fact, he and friends have been hunting in North Dakota several times a year for the past 15 years.  Bill has been and is a very good friend and I value that friendship very much.  Bill and Phyllis are two of the nicest people that I know!
Phyllis and Bill 2018

John Falvey

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John 1975

John Falvey
Pewee Valley, KY
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John worked with Xerox for 12 years through the 70s and early 80s as a GSA and Major Account Sales Representative.

Those that know John understand why he has been so successful.  He was/is a very honorable, determined, dedicated, likeable, hard working person and has enjoyed considerable success, both personally and professionally. 

John Falvey is a 30+ year veteran of the commercial real estate industry in Louisville. He has extensive experience in the sales, leasing and development of office and retail properties. 

In December 2011 John merged his company, Falvey Commercial Properties, Ltd., with Fortis Group.

He founded Falvey Commercial Properties in 1993, and built the firm's reputation as one of the premier commercial brokerage firms in Louisville. For 18 years he and his associates specialized in office and retail leasing, site selection, commercial building and land sales. 

John's client list is a Who's Who of prominent national and local companies and his expertise contributed to the closing of some of the most significant real estate transactions in the market. 

John November 2014
For ten years prior to founding Falvey Commercial Properties, he was a partner and vice president for STM Development Company, a regional developer, where he developed and leased suburban office buildings and shopping centers. 

John and Riki 2008
He is a US Army veteran, having served as an infantry officer in Vietnam soon after college graduation. He graduated from Xavier University with a degree in Business Administration and earned a Master's degree in Human Relations from Webster University. 

John has been active in numerous trade organizations and local boards including the Oldham County Planning Commission. 

John and Riki reside in Pewee Valley, have two daughters and two grandchildren.

Editors Note:
John we thank you for your military service to our country!

Carol (Reid) Whayne

Carol (Reid) Whayne     
Louisville, KY
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Derby 1976
My Xerox career began in September 1972. Apparently, persistence landed me the job as the first female Sales Representative to work in the Louisville Branch.  In 1986, after fourteen years, I left Xerox to become a Sales Manager for a local office supply and furniture company and became the Direct Sales Manager for Cellular One in 1987,  In 1990 relocated to Sacramento as their Major Account Marketing Manager.

In 1992, I was fortunate to return to Xerox, in Louisville, as an Outsourcing Sales Rep under George Hodgson, who was then General Manager.  I had a total of twenty years with Xerox before I retired in February of 1998.

Coincidently, in January 1998, I married Roy Whayne of Whayne Supply Company, one of my accounts at the time.  We were very happily married until August of 2007, when he passed away.

My two grown daughters are happily married and I am a proud Grandmother of five.  Caroline, my oldest is 8 years old, twins Ryan and Reid are 6, Hank is 3 and Hayden is almost 2.

Most of my time is spent tending to my grandchildren, whom I adore.  I am in a book club, a bridge club, on the Ballet Board, on the Holy Trinity School Board, and involved with Home of the Innocents.  I wrote a book entitled “A Grandmother’s Lullaby”, which you can view on my web site (

Ed J. Lloyd

Ed and Vallerie Lloyd
Ed J. Lloyd
Dawsonville, GA

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I am surprised how often I find myself thinking back remembering the “good old days at Xerox,” and wondering what everyone is doing today. I tried calling the branch several years ago to see if anyone was still there that I knew. After being told by the receptionist again and again “never heard of that person” I finally said just give me the oldest person there. That’s when Marilyn Becht answered the phone. (Only kidding)  But that was what I told Marilyn when she answered. I can’t tell you what she told me to do with the phone.

I started with Xerox in 1974 when Mark Eisner was the branch manager on Breckinridge Lane. Roy Goldblatt got me the interview with Ron Hoffman, against his better judgment, hired me. In 1978, after being declined by Bill Allen and Dick Snyder, Kodak offered me the job of opening their first branch in Kentucky. Shortly thereafter I convinced Kodak management to go out on a limb and hire Roy Goldblatt. I moved to Atlanta with Kodak in 1985. Our division was sold to Danka in 1997. In 2000 I went to Lexmark International till November of 2010 when I got a separation package.  My trophy wife Vallerie was with Bell South and AT&T from 1978 till she took a separation package in 2009.

Bob Gilbert

Bob Gilbert 1972
Bob 1974
     Bob Gilbert
     Louisville, KY
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     Xerox Sales: 12/1971 to1/1976 Evansville
     Xerox Branch Equipment Manager: 1976-1977
     Managers: Tom Heffner, John Robison, Glenn
     Baugh.  After Xerox I Worked in the business
     forms industry from 1977 to 1984. We founded "INFO-COMM" Corporation which became "Copiers Plus" in 1984. In the beginning we were a dealer for Nashua and eventually became a dealer for XEROX (top fax dealer in the United States for XEROX in 1990), for Konica,Panasonic and Hewlett-Packard. Left business in 2008 and currently work in Materials Management with Norton Healthcare at their new Brownsboro Road facility.
Info-Comm Trade Show
John Robison and Bob Gilbert (1974)

Bob and Kathy Gilbert
Kathy and I have been married for 31 years.  We have two sons, Brian, age 37 and Brad, age 27.  Four grandchildren who live in Pennsacola, FL. I Enjoy traveling, golf and cooking.  Kathy and I live in LaGrange, KY

Bob enjoys the "Oldies" Music during and after the Xerox Years.
Here he is playing the Oldies and hosting as a DJ at a party at
the VFW 

Jim McCubbin

Jim and son 1975

Jimmy McCubbin
Houston, Tx. 77024
Birthday: Dec. 30, 1941 
Xerox: Louisville, Lexington KY 
May 1973-October 1980,  
Manager: K. David Robertson.  
Jim 2006
I left for a brief 2 years to sell hospital computer systems for Shared Medical Systems with Oscar Wiygul who left Xerox earlier and was a branch manager for Sperry Univac. He recruited me and we moved to Houston. Almost 3 years later they shut down the Energy Branch of Sperry. Oscar moved to Washington D.C and I spent almost 3 years with a computer firm (PSI Energy Software) based in Calgary Canada, serving the Houston energy market. They went bankrupt and I went back into the financial world (pre Xerox I was a banker at 1st National Bk. of Louisville). 

In Sept. 1986 I started working for Shearson Lehman Bros.(retired on July 31, 2010), Shearson Lehman has merged and changed names many times, now known as Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. I have officed in the Houston Galleria and had the same phone number for 24 yrs.  I retired this year, July 31, 2010. 

Janice and I have been married for 50 years. Our children are as follows: Vicky Constantine (husband Jerry) live in Louisville they have a daughter Nicole and she has a daughter Bria 7yrs old (our best great granddaughter), Jimmy McCubbin, Jr. (wife Susan) lives within 3 miles of our home in Houston. 3 children, Tanya 23 yrs of age student at Univ. of Houston, Jimmy III 22 yrs of age student at Houston Community College, and Jarrod 20 yrs of age student Texas A/M.  Gene McCubbin (wife Stacy) lives within about 9 miles from us in Houston. They also have 3 children Jarron 20 yrs old student at Houston Baptist University, Jordan 17 year old High School Jr. and Jonathan 13 year old 6th grade student in Houston.

I have ridden in the annual Houston Rodeo Trailride (about 45 miles) every year for the past 16 yrs. and I have discovered snow skiing in my old age (started at age 60) and I ski with my son Gene and his 3 sons every year since then.  

I consider myself extremely lucky to have the family and many friends I have gathered over these many years. 
Janice and Jim McCubbin on a Cruise in Russia
Sept. 2011

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