August 3, 2007, Baltimore Sun, By Allison Connolly and Lorraine Mirabella As a fifth-grader, James P. Bouchard went on a tour of the Inland Steel mill with his father, an executive at the Chicago plant, and from then on knew what he wanted to do with his life. “My father was my hero and my idol,” Bouchard, 45, said yesterday. “I did my first science report on the Inland Steel company.” His brother, Craig T. Bouchard, 53, watched as their father, Robert C. Bouchard, became one of only three Inland employees to rise from mailroom clerk to executive. His father was quoted in a...