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Vice President, Performance Marketing, and Market Development and Insights, IBM Corporation

IBM Corporation

Direct Phone: (914) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.com

IBM Growth Markets

IBM Corporation

1 New Orchard Road

Armonk, New York 10504

United States

Company Description

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), is an information technology (IT) company. s major operations include Global Technology Services segment (GTS), Global Business Services segment (GBS), Software segment, Systems and Technology segment, an ... more

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Employment History

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Affiliations

Co-Founder, Chief Insight Officer, and Advisory Board Member
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Life Member
U.S. Navy

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Pictured in the photo from left ...

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Pictured in the photo from left to right are parishioner John Gallagher, Vice President, IBM Corporation; Lisa De Bois, founder and CEO of 1 Main Street Capital; Kristin DeWitt, Senior Manager, Executive Talent Acquisition at Pitney Bowes; and parishioner Jeff Dybas, Senior Vice President/Client Manager at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.


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John Gallagher

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John F. Gallagher
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John F. Gallagher, 79, of Sidney N.Y., since 1984 and formerly of LaGrange, died Friday, Nov. 5, 2004 at Bassett Healthcare Center in Copperstown. Mr. Gallagher was an engineer for IBM, East Fishkill, for 25 years until his retirement in 1981. He served in the United States Navy during World War II as a Radioman First Class in Sicily, North Africa, and Normandy. He was a ham radio operator with a call number K2KN and was a life member of the AARL.


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Honored | John GallagherUS 6th Naval Beach Battalion - John Gallagher Honored

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John Gallagher with full face bandage
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U.S. Navy veteran John Gallagher was a communications expert with special amphibious forces during WWII.As a First Class Radioman in the 6th Naval Beach Battalion, John's shore-to-ship messages on D-Day June 6, 1944 were responsible for getting troops and materials across the invasion beaches of Normandy.After sustaining a serious injury on D+1, his picture was taken, with the heavily bandaged face, patiently awaiting casualty evacuation from France.
A long time resident of Dutchess County, John Gallagher worked for IBM before retiring in 1984 and moving upstate to Sidney, NY.The following Veterans Day story was published in the November 6, 2002 issue of The Tri-Town News. ~ KCD
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John Gallagher of Sidney was 17 years old in 1942 when the request came for 3rd Class Navy radiomen and signalmen to volunteer for the "Beach Party." He remembers asking what they meant by a "beach party," and the reply "wine, woman and song" from the chief boatswain.While the November 8, 1942 landing of the USS Dorothea Dix at Safi, French Morocco in North Africa was definitely no party, it paled in comparison to the action he would see two years later as a 1st Class radioman in the 6th Naval Beach Battalion serving with the Army's 5th Engineer Brigade at Omaha Beach, Normandy.Some 57 years of "classified silence" about that D-Day invasion have now been broken, but the suffering is not soon forgotten by John and fellow survivors.
While the film "Saving Private Ryan" played a big part in breaking the silence, and the lengthy process of facilitating presidential citations between the departments of the Navy and Army finally achieved results in August 2000, Gallagher has literally been "carrying the weight" of the battle details, including the shrapnel, for years since he was discharged from the Navy in the mid 1950's.
"I didn't want to see "Saving Private Ryan," Gallagher confesses."It's still too painful.
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Beach, Normandy, France, D-Day, June 6, 1944, John had hardly reached the
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In the June 2002 issue of the National Geographic, John is pictured among the wounded on Omaha awaiting evacuation, his face covered with bandages.Another of his battalion, beachmaster for Easy Red Beach, Joseph P. Vaghi ‘42D, who has been instrumental in the placement of a
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French Consul General Rene Marty, the big push for John is to be
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the courage and commitment of John Gallagher and those who have served their country in the Armed Forces.
John Gallagher with momentous
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John Gallagher with shrapnel


US 6th Naval Beach Battalion - John Gallagher Honored

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Honored | John GallagherUS 6th Naval Beach Battalion - John Gallagher Honored

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John Gallagher with full face bandage
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U.S. Navy veteran John Gallagher was a communications expert with special amphibious forces during WWII.As a First Class Radioman in the 6th Naval Beach Battalion, John's shore-to-ship messages on D-Day June 6, 1944 were responsible for getting troops and materials across the invasion beaches of Normandy.After sustaining a serious injury on D+1, his picture was taken, with the heavily bandaged face, patiently awaiting casualty evacuation from France.
A long time resident of Dutchess County, John Gallagher worked for IBM before retiring in 1984 and moving upstate to Sidney, NY.The following Veterans Day story was published in the November 6, 2002 issue of The Tri-Town News. ~ KCD
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John Gallagher of Sidney was 17 years old in 1942 when the request came for 3rd Class Navy radiomen and signalmen to volunteer for the "Beach Party." He remembers asking what they meant by a "beach party," and the reply "wine, woman and song" from the chief boatswain.While the November 8, 1942 landing of the USS Dorothea Dix at Safi, French Morocco in North Africa was definitely no party, it paled in comparison to the action he would see two years later as a 1st Class radioman in the 6th Naval Beach Battalion serving with the Army's 5th Engineer Brigade at Omaha Beach, Normandy.Some 57 years of "classified silence" about that D-Day invasion have now been broken, but the suffering is not soon forgotten by John and fellow survivors.
While the film "Saving Private Ryan" played a big part in breaking the silence, and the lengthy process of facilitating presidential citations between the departments of the Navy and Army finally achieved results in August 2000, Gallagher has literally been "carrying the weight" of the battle details, including the shrapnel, for years since he was discharged from the Navy in the mid 1950's.
"I didn't want to see "Saving Private Ryan," Gallagher confesses."It's still too painful.
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Beach, Normandy, France, D-Day, June 6, 1944, John had hardly reached the
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In the June 2002 issue of the National Geographic, John is pictured among the wounded on Omaha awaiting evacuation, his face covered with bandages.Another of his battalion, beachmaster for Easy Red Beach, Joseph P. Vaghi ‘42D, who has been instrumental in the placement of a
...
French Consul General Rene Marty, the big push for John is to be
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the courage and commitment of John Gallagher and those who have served their country in the Armed Forces.
John Gallagher with momentous
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John Gallagher with shrapnel


The Economist End of Year feature interview | ogilvydo.com

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John Gallagher Vice President, Marketing and Communications IBM Growth Markets

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