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Retired from USAF in 2001 after 26 years on active duty. Started out in supply chasing aircraft parts, transferred over to supply computer operations and graduated into logistics software analysis, design and testing. Eventually got "promoted" back to base supply and ended up in a superintendent capacity.

After retirement I returned to Green Bay and continued to volunteer as construction supervisor of Habitat for Humanity homes (which I started doing in 1990, while still on active duty) until 2009. Worked part time as office manager for a small handyman company until retiring again in 2013. Along the way I acquired my wife's grandfather's Cub Cadet from her cousin for the cost of hauling it away. It came with a mower deck, snowblower and rototiller. All it needed was a carb cleaning and some good gas and I was hooked.. Only oil changes and filters have been needed since then as it performs as the primary puller and hauler around the northwoods shack. Tractors added since then are a Simplicity 6417H, Cub 127 for pulling logs out of the woods, Simplicity 5116, and a few non-running projects: Cub Original, 102 & 129. I love playing with my "toys" as they are all working machines.
Green Bay, WI
Retired USAF