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    I went to two years of college so I could work in an office as a legal secretary. But when I met Jesse's Dad, he was a beekeeper, so for 33 years straight, I have been a beekeeper in the family business along side Jesse and Bert, my youngest son, and Randy, my husband.


      im a tryingtowalkagainogist [img]/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/img]


        Deputy District Attorney (aka Prosecutor)


          Prior to the accident I was the lead mechanic at a large hydro electrical plant and dam on the Missouri River just up stream from where Lewis and Clark spent the winter during their trip to the Pacific Ocean. Now I am a Natural Resource Specialist aka Park Ranger. I have a BS in Range Management/ Livestock Production. Also a Father and Husband.


            Professional pain in the ass who works for the forces of evil = contract lobbyist.

            Thinking of going to law school so I can be even lower on the food chain = contract lobbyist/attorney.

            Wow, at this pace perhaps I should consider selling used cars on the side.

            [img]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/img] heehee


              I am a retired electronics technician. I worked 25 years for Eastman Kodak repairing logic control pc boards, calibrating ion measuring equipment and other laboratory testing equipment.

              I had only been working for Kodak a year when I had my accident but they stood by me and all the time I was in rehab at Craig Hospital, I knew I was going to have a job when I finished rehab. That was a great load off my mind. After I went back to work, I took advantage of Kodak's tuition aid program and got an associates degree in Electronics Technology.

              My Navy training in electronics opened the door for me at Kodak. In the Navy I worked on avionics equipment in, what else, Spads.

              T 6/7 Complete
              Injured 4/20/74
              William M.
              T 6/7 Complete - 4/20/74


                I'm retired from the Army and currently working part time (4 hours a day) as an accountant for a not for profit company - so I don't know anything about taxes!

                T12 Incomplete - Walking with Walker, Oct 2003
                T12 Incomplete - Walking with Crutches, Injured in Oct 2003


                  I used to be a commercial construction manager and build million-dollar restaurants and retail stores.

                  Now I excavate the rocks from my azz...drain bladders w/ a rubber tube...and try to enjoy..."retirement"? they call this life...


                  "It's not easy being green"
                  accept no substitutes


                    V.P. Investments - Smith Barney

                    My other "job" is sci advocate.

                    My favorite job is husband and father.


                      Integrated Circuit Mask Designer - specialized draftsman in the computer industry. My group takes the schematics from an engineer and turn them into physical drawing using CAD system.

                      Have been in the biz 27 years first at T.I., then 2 startup companies(Cyrix/Navarro Networks) and both worked out pretty well. Luckily the 2nd got bought by Cisco Systems a year and a half before sci, they have taken good care of me. Still on loa and plan on returning to work. Luckily it is a profession that fits with a w/c, as long as I don't plan on the 80+ hour weeks of startup for awhile.

                      "Rather be ridin' than rollin'"
                      "a T10, who'd Rather be ridin'; than rollin'"


                        Part time seasonal office assistant for wildfire protection program.


                          I am a Postmaster in a small town in Oregon.
                          "Hope is like a road in the country; there was never a road, but when many people walk on it, the road comes into existence." Lin Yutang


                            Hey!!! I just passed through Hood River last week on my way to the Dalles [img]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/img] Shoulda stop to mail something . . . Maybe next time.


                              aerospace engineer...and sick of it... [img]/forum/images/smilies/tongue.gif[/img] tho it was great the first 10 yrs or so.

                              time to fall back on my other degree, BA in lit.

                              i think it is tough to stick to one career path one's entire working life. it just plain gets old.


                                Senior Financial Analyst. I keep track of 100s of millions of dollars for my company. Maybe I should divert some to sci research.