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Charles Edward Roller


      A computer design professional, Charles Edward Roller creates large printable items on order for a specialized client base. He begins by sending designs to companies with printers that use paper so large it must be delivered by train. Charles Edward Roller uses the computer program Quark Pro Express to create these items, employing his extensive experience in design and manufacture. A union ironworker, Charles Roller served as a journeyman with Rebar Engineering in an earlier phase of his career. During this time, he held responsibility for correctly reinforcing building structures with crossed iron bars. He joined the company as an apprentice and became a journeyman in a single year, two years sooner than the process normally takes. Mr. Roller has also served as a biomedical engineer at the University of California, Los Angeles Center for the Health Sciences and as an inventory control professional with Teledyne Microelectronics. He currently balances his time between his professional responsibilities and an active personal life that includes reading, playing the piano, restoring antique cars, and collecting rare vinyl records at swap meets and used record stores.

      Professional experience

      Iron Worker

      Rebar Engineering

      June 1980 - November 1982(2 years)


      Bachelors Degree

      Santa Monica College

      July 1975 - August 1977(2 years)