There are people on your team you can count on, no matter what, to dig in with you during those rough times that undoubtedly occur when trying to put out a newspaper.
Robert “Bobby” Marousky is that guy in Scottsboro.
Since joining the Sentinel team as a graphic artist in December 2004, Bobby has remained steadfast in his commitment to help everyone in our building excel and to produce the best community newspaper possible.
Today, Bobby manages SNI Alabama’s graphics hub, which produces all of the advertising and marketing materials for SNI’s three Alabama newspapers. He also serves as our resident IT guy to assist Waylon and Greg on technology efforts in Alabama and pitches in to help with all three websites.
When the printing facility in Scottsboro experienced a hard-down earlier this year due to a failure of the CTP system, Bobby worked around the clock to rebuild the failed hardware and reinstall the system software to get the printing operation back up and going with minimal disruption to the three Alabama newspapers and our commercial printing customers.
That’s just one example of many where Bobby has gone above and beyond without so much as a complaint.
Outside of the office, Bobby has led the local Scouting program for several years, training area youth in responsible citizenship, character development and self-reliance through participation in a wide range of outdoor activities and educational programs. He also organizes local food drives and supports various other local volunteer organizations.