Bob Daley: 50 Years with the National Press ClubPosted: February 11, 2013
Bob Daley, a long time veteran of public engagement work, and a journalist, was featured in a Dayton Daily News article on January 16, 2013. The following is excerpted from the article:
Bob Daley became a copy boy for the Dayton Journal-Herald when reporters wrote stories with manual typewriters and pasted copies of stories with flour and water.
Throughout the years, Daley has been a copy boy, political reporter, press secretary, assistant to the governor, and director of public affairs. He’s also always retained his membership with the National Press Club. A few months ago, the Washington Twp. man was honored for his 50-year membership with the National Press Club.
“I still consider myself a journalist, rather than in public relations,” said Daley, who retired from the Kettering Foundation where he was the director of public affairs and communications. “All I ever wanted to be and enjoyed so much was a reporter,” he said. Read the full article here.