I currently work on cars but I have always loved welding and fabrication.
My father started me when I was 7 years old in the front yard with a good old Lincoln buzz box. It wasn't long after he started teaching me to use the acetylene cutting torch and from there I had the love of the craft. My father always told me not to be a truck driver because he is a 3rd generation truck driver in our family. So I did the best thing I knew how to do and that was getting into welding as a career. I have a strong back and barley ever get sick. My father raised me with the grit that most people dont have now days. I always have a positive outlook on work and get along great with others. In my eyes I dont see problems I only see solutions. I am a born leader and frequently stop what I am doing to help others when they need it. I love to pass on the knowledge I have of fabrication and welding. I love puzzles and welding fabrication is the most interesting puzzle I have ever known.
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