Hometown Newspaper Predicted Glass Doctor President’s Future Success

Every year, the Rockford Register Star in Rockford, Ill., publishes a list of local promising youth. Called the “Young American” award, the designation honors high school seniors who are predicted to be successful.

In 1972, soon-to-be West Rockford High School graduate Mark Liston was named on the list.The newspaper said:

“Mark W. Liston, 17, son of Mrs. Alyne Liston, 2619 Custer Ave., has worked for the arthritis, heart, cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy foundations while a student at West High School. Active in sports, he was editorial editor of his school’s paper and a member of Junior Achievement. He hopes to become a grade school teacher.”

Forty years later, he isn’t a school teacher, but he is successful. Liston is the current President of Glass Doctor.

For more information on how Liston went from future teacher to company president, click here to read the full article from the Rockford Register Star.

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