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orville

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  • About

    Location:
    Burnsville, Minnesota
    Occupation:
    Millwright / welder
    Started welding aboard the USS Charles R. Ware in 1965, have been welding off and on ever since. Have worked at the Ford Motor Company Twin Cities Assembly plant since may of 1967. Was a maintenance welder since 1980. Plant closed Dec. 31 2011

    Playing in the dirt, operating heavy equipment, building things

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    There is not a machine
    made you can't tear up
    if you try hard enough.