Where it all started
Computype’s founder, Buck Roach had strong beliefs about being stewards of the community, both within the walls of Computype and out. Buck believed all people should be treated as equals and had a passion for exploring the diversity in the world, helping people along the way. Buck passed these charitable values to his kids, grandkids, and Computype family.
He first introduced community involvement into the Computype culture through United Way. He was particularly attracted to United Way because it allowed employees to make their own decisions with which causes they wanted to support.
During retirement, Buck continued to give back to his local community, and communities around the country. It was during this time when he visited the Monarch school. He provided the school with monetary support, but more importantly volunteered time with the students. Witnessing the positive impact his actions had on the children at the Monarch School touched his heart.