I first became acquainted with Copper as a child. My grandmother and I would collect Copper pennies. Grandma told me to look for the pennies with the “wheat” ears on the back because they were all Copper; we even had a coin album to put them in. The mint no longer made “wheat” pennies and my grandmother knew these would someday be a prized possession. She was right! Today pennies are made of zinc coated with Copper.
In Junior high school I loved mineral chemistry. I was fascinated with the periodic table of elements chart, beakers, test tubes, flasks and how mixing pure elements together would bring about chemical reactions, often colorful. Subsequently, I incorporated the “Cu” in my logo.