Roger Sterling Sr. was one of the authors of Sterling Cooper in 1923 alongside Bertram Cooper. Having passed away preceding the start of the show’s course of events, Sterling Sr. has never showed up in Mad Men, however he can be found in photos in Cooper’s office. A short account of his life can be pieced out amid Season 1, Season 2, and Season 3. To a great extent through the memories of his child and successor Roger Sterling Jr. Roger Sterling Sr. was a veteran of World War 1, where he battled in the trenches and slaughtered a man with a knife. Following the war he, alongside Bert Cooper, established the advertisement organization which bears their names after accepting a generous speculation from Cooper’s sister Alice. At some point in the early years of the organization he developed a cozy association with delegates from Lucky Strike tobacco, in the long run getting a lucrative record from their business.
Sterling Sr’s. hard living ended up incredible in the promoting business. Freddy Rumsen, himself procured by Sterling Sr. after World War 2, ruminates in the second season that Sterling Sr. drank more liquor than both Don Draper and Roger Sterling Jr. consolidated. This way of life seems to have gotten up to speed with Sterling Sr. what’s more, he kicked the bucket in the wake of affliction a heart assault and smashing his auto.