The Top Eastman Kodak Employees

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List of notable or famous Eastman Kodak employees, listed alphabetically with photos when available. This list is a directory of the best Eastman Kodak employees, showcasing only the most prominent Eastman Kodak employees of all time. This list features past and present top Eastman Kodak managers, including both current and retired Eastman Kodak executives and alumni. Well-known Eastman Kodak staff along with current and former Eastman Kodak employees were and still are crucial to the company's success, as without these hard working men and women Eastman Kodak would never be what it is today.

List features people like George Eastman, Bruce Lawler.

This renowned Eastman Kodak employees list answers the questions, "What famous people have worked at Eastman Kodak?" and "Who are the most famous Eastman Kodak employees?"

Antonio Manuel Pérez Álvarez (born 1947) is a businessman from Spain, former CEO of Eastman Kodak Company, based in Rochester, New York, in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia

Age: 72

Birthplace: Vigo, Spain

Bruce Lawler is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Top Eastman Kodak Employees
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Bruce Lawler brings over 15 years of telecommunications experience in fixed wireless, satellite, and terrestrial local and wide area networks. Bruce was a founding partner of inOvate Communications Group, and led the company’s investments in Danger, Rosum Corporation and Kodiak Networks. In addition, he served as the Network Operations Center (NOC) program manager for ATT Wireless Services where he gained intimate knowledge of carrier operations. Career Highlights Drove development and production of the MPEG2 encoding technology used by Hughes DirecTV and Thomson Consumer Electronics while serving as Director of Product Engineering for Compression Labs Served as ...more on Wikipedia

Bryce Bayer

Bryce E. Bayer was an American scientist who invented the Bayer filter, which is used in most modern digital cameras. He has been called "the maestro without whom photography as we know wouldn't have been the same." Without his filter, Larry Scarff, a former chairman of the Camera Phone Image Quality Standards Group, told the New York Times after Bayer's death, "we'd still be getting only black-and-white pictures from our digital cameras." ...more on Wikipedia

Age: Dec. at 83 (1929-2012)

Birthplace: Portland, Maine