|Designed by George Ryan
In his own words...
Back when OpenType hadnt yet opened and Apple was developing the Line Layout Manager called GX Typography, I created a test font that I name after my stepdaughter, Kristen (now known as ITC Kristen). Not wanting to offend my wife, I started on a font project and gave her name, Roberta, to this new set of glyphs. Unfortunately, the name was already in use so I needed to find another name for the fonts.
After September 11th I decided that there were people Id met during my life who were truly cut from the cloth of the hero. Master Sargent McLemore of the 75th Ranger Battalion was one of these people. I met the Sarge when I was in basic training at Fort Gordon. I saw him two weeks before he died in 1970. All of the heroes we see on the silver screen pale in comparison to this man. John Wayne and Clint Eastwood both have played the type well, both could have taken lessons from the Sarge.