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April 09, 2013
When I heard the news I was in Florida so I was not able to attend services. I remember Paul pushing me hard succeed in the business. I was promoted as a manager and got my start at Del/Grider and Gen/Bailey with Horace and Paul. I remember Mr Jeter ( Paul's dad) he was always busy fixing this or that at the restaurants and Paul would speak to his Dad about whatever the problem was or a fix and I remember Paul intent or seriousness as listening to his Dad speak and could c how much respect he had for his Dad. I remember at Gen/Bailey Paul making me take that darn shake machine down and I had to figure out why it was not working. He would take me in the lobby and stand me at a certain point of the restaurant to look as a customer (customer observation) to spot what was wrong with the operation . I cried a few times not understanding but roughed it out and realized what his point was. And stayed with McDonald's for 36 years so my point is Paul saw something I did not know I had and I appreciate that. Kirk to you I remember you working that fry station as a little boy you were so eager to work and so quick( lol) my prayers to you and your Mom and just remember the great times you had and the values your parents put in you and do better. Peace and grace be with the entire Jeter family and I'm very Greatful for the opportunity Paul gave me it took me on a wonderful journey. Kirk look me up I'd love to remind you of those good old days. My sincere respects to you all
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