Entrepreneur’s Story: L.J. Star– June 10, 2020 by Randy Myeroff

In this installment of Entrepreneur’s Story, highlighting the journey of successful private companies and their leaders, we focus on David and Leonard Star of L.J. Star Incorporated — a supplier of observation equipment located in Twinsburg, Ohio. This entrepreneurial story highlights how L.J. Star is fulfilling a father and son’s lifelong dream of working together. 
Below is an excerpt from their story featured in the spring 2020 issue of Taxonomics.

How can you tell if fluid is flowing through an industrial pipe at the proper rate? Or what type of high-tech camera will work best to remotely observe the interior of a nuclear reactor? Ask David Star.

He is CEO of L.J. Star Incorporated, a supplier of observation equipment — sight glasses, level gage instruments, flow indicators, light ports, camera systems and other sophisticated accessories — used to measure and control the critical flow of liquids, gases and powders used in heavy commercial manufacturing processes.

But that’s only part of it. Beyond its business mission, L.J. Star is, to borrow a popular phrase, the stuff that dreams are made of. The company was incorporated in 1991, but its concept took place a decade earlier in the mind of a father looking for a place in his son’s future.

Read the full story in Taxonomics to learn how David and Leonard Star’s dreams came to fruition when they founded L.J. Star.

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