Value creates loyalty

Robert Armstrong succeeded his father, Bud Armstrong, as the third-generation leader of the company in 1988. He came in with a fresh vision and took chances. He says that daring and employees who believed in his vision are what catapulted the business into what it is today. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Robert Armstrong succeeded his father, Bud Armstrong, as the third-generation leader of the company in 1988. He came in with a fresh vision and took chances. He says that daring and employees who believed in his vision are what catapulted the business into what it is today. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
It's been more than 30 years since my father decided to retire. At the time, we were seriously considering closing our doors. But when we looked at the Munroe team, we saw a tremendously dedicated core of people who believed in our company and understood our value to the community. For the next three years…

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