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July 22, 2018

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October 13, 2017
I remember working at LP Co. for a short period of time. I was just general labor, job sight clean up, and also delivered suppliers to work sights in a company flatbed truck.
Supplies at the time were stored in a small warehouse across the driveway from the main office. I was 18 years old then. I had experience driving tractors prior, but not the forklift I would be using to load the flatbed ,but how hard could it be ? Did I mention how small the "warehouse" was ? I was well aware that I couldn't even bounce the little fork lift into anything. Damaged suppliers wouldn't be look good. I was being careful not to mess this up. Please Lord, don't let me screw this up. "Bing " prayer answeered. Here came my unncy Les out from the main shop wearing business dress, coming out to give me a demo on the proper use of the fork truck. Hè wanted to give it a try, and I couldn't have been more relieved to let him. He climbed on, slackes, white shirt, a nice tie and dress shoes that looked out of place for the task at hand. He made it seem easy enough. Find the required supplies, load it on the truck and repeat. Not a problem. Can do. I genuinely wanted to do a great job , and also wanted to make my uncle Les proud of the job I was doing, but also my uncle Bob Engle , unlce Ken Purcell, who also worked there .
I also wanted to impress my Dad. They have all been called away. Love you all.
See you once I've crossed that river. Randy