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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Bud Miller
For decades, Windsor was, by all accounts, a Kodak town.
"Kodak basically owned the photography businesses for a long, long time, but they made errors along the way," said Miller, who worked there for 27 years before retiring in 1991.
"It was very exciting, especially if you came out here from Rochester, where everything was pretty stoic," said Bud Miller, who moved his family from the company's New York headquarters in 1971 and settled in Loveland to work at the Windsor facility. "To come out here and be able to have a fresh start with new facility and more freedom, it was exciting."