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Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by havasu, Jun 2, 2016.
Me? I'm retired after a long career with the sanitation department.
I'm retired after 32 years as a lab tech at a local hospital. Retired life is way better.
I'm retired after 30 years of working for Generous Motors. In transmission plant retiring at the ripe old age of 49.
Retired at 61 in 2008. I do what I want, when I want, in-between doctors appointments.
30 of my 48 years of working were as an Electrical/Mechanical Technician. (Industrial Maintenance)
I retired from Honda of America Mfg. with 30 years of service. The last 9 years with them was spent as a Safety Coordinator in charge of Federal Safety Regulations for 2400 associates and untold contractors.
North America Service Manager, soon to be "Americas Service Manager" for a company that makes vibration and pressure sensors that go on big gas turbine generators and steam turbine generators in power plants. The sensors also go into our machinery protection system that will shut the machine down if the levels exceed alarm or danger levels. My field engineers got out and install, commission and troubleshoot systems. I have degrees in mechanical engineering
Retired after 38.5 Years in the U.S. Marine Corps. 22 yrs. active duty and 16.5 Civil Service. Was Information Systems Security Officer at MCB Camp Lejeune, NC. My office was in charge of the Computer Network and Communications. The RED (open network) and BLACK (SECRET).
I'm disabled/retired after a variety of factory work,mainly 10 years in injection molding followed by 10 years of assembling Industrial Screw Jacks. Got my disability in 2,012 at the age of 50 but haven't worked since 2,006.
Retired early at 61 in 2012 from the truck and automotive repair and parts field. I had held manager positions in parts and service throughout the years. I don't miss the commute or the job one bit. I don't even want to work at it part time. I only work on my own stuff to save money or I wouldn't even do that.
Wow, this should be the retired Marlin owners forum!!!
I drive a semi truck for FedEx ground. This one isn't mine, but it's very similar to the one I drive, except we have deer guards on ours. I only pull the doubles occasionally, generally I pull a 53' trailer.
I really like this job, home every day, (work nights) never touch a package, all drop and hook.
Retired in 2008 after serving with the DoD for 35 years...last 8 years as a Cybercrime Vulnerability Specialist (TS Clearance)...HQ was Fort Belvoir, VA.
Retired in 2014 after 30 years working as a Right of Way Agent/Real Estate Specialist for a local county government and now work for free two days a week mucking out stalls and tending horses at a stable a couple of miles from my house. I must say that I find the horses' a**ses in my current office much more pleasant than those in my old office!
I am Now a Certified Apprentice Machinist & Home Gunsmith.
Went back to School & got my Certificate last Dec.
Even Worked 9 1/2 mos Decking High Performance Cylinder Heads.
Worked in the Construction Industry (Apartments, Custom Homes, Dorms & Remodeling) ever since I got Out of the Army.
Should of Stayed in & Changed MOS (Jobs) until I found something I Liked.
Could of Retired back in 1996 w/ 20yrs or even stayed till 2006 for 30.
Oh Well, Hindsight is 20/20.
Out of Work Now & Applying for Gunsmith/Machinist Jobs in Texas.
Looks Good So Far. Have had 2 Positive Replies & have Phone Interviews this coming Monday.
Believe it or not, one of them is Ranger Point Precision!
Wish Me Luck,
Good luck with those phone interviews UncleSarge!
For real! That's always been a dream job for me.
Avoid it at all costs!
I run forums. I do that all day everyday.
Yea...YOU DO !!
Disabled retired, since 2014, 22 years Respiratory Therapist in Trauma ICU. Previous to that I ran a gym for 7 years, sales 3 years then back to school for Respiratory. I have 3 Marlins, a Marlin 60 my first new not hand me down rifle when I was 12(I am 56 now), Marlin Camp 9, recently refurbished with new springs etc and a Marlin .223 heavy barrel X7 VH with Vortex Viper PST 30mm 4-16 scope.
Lazy bum. Haven't worked in 6 years, and no interest in working. Was a licensed journeyman electrician from 1974-2010. Before that in the USAF for 6 years.
Tell us the truth Austin. Do you run the forum's, or do they run you? Ha