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July 09, 2015
J'ai juste commencé à livre son bouquin "Getting the Best out of Yourself & Others".

Rest in peace
July 29, 2014
What a loss. This guy was a legendary leader in IBM. I met him and Watson Jr in person on 2 occasions when I was in IBM Sales School and I have both their books which they signed for me at that time. I was deeply moved and motivated by Buck in my early days with IBM when I met him and heard him speak. He had a total command of the stage, pacing back and forth with no notes or slides. He was like a re-incarnation of Tom Watson Sr. ...he spoke of the basics, selling solutions, proper business conduct, respect for the individual, excellence, integrity and above all delighting the customer. His book 'The IBM Way' , full of selling tips. is still a relevant today as it was when he wrote it in 1986. And his results speak for themselves as IBM's top Marketing Executive from 1974-1984, he was IBM's vice president of marketing, responsible for worldwide marketing activities, which encompassed IBM's domestic divisions and operations in 131 foreign countries. he saw and led through IBM's growth from $250 million to $50 billion...a 200-fold increase in IBM's revenue. We were blessed to have such a leader at that time in IBM's great history. My deepest sympathies to his family.
July 16, 2014
Barbara B. Pierson, Mrs. William C. Pierson
July 15, 2014
I'll always remember my first 100% Club when Buck took the main stage and blew us all away with his passion and energy for clients, for sales, and for IBM. It was inspiring to see and hear him.
July 14, 2014
One of my fondest memories was taking Buck to meet my client as a young sales rep. God bless Buck and the Rodgers' family.
July 14, 2014
What an era we shared. A distinct priviledge to be led by such a man. You are missed in this household.
July 13, 2014
Sad day..Buck was a great mentor and friend..always loved
his BMW's. and his openness in teaching young IBMers. that
it was possible to be better.
July 08, 2014
Buck, to me, was the classic All American guy! A great personality, a great athlete, a great success in business and in everything he tried. Truly a classy guy. We played many rounds of golf together and every one of them was a great pleasure for me.

I hadn't seen Buck for several years, but happened to think to arrange a lunch with him and our mutual great friend, Bill Souders, only a few months before he died. It was one of those things I will always be glad I did.
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