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post #1881 of 1915

 I have been in the oilfield for the past 25 yrs, Currently a drilling supervisor. Started with a bradley as a birthday gift and started smoking venison and jerky..... The rest is history....

post #1882 of 1915
i worked in mich
as a diemaker 20 yrs then took a job with stanly black and decker as a bieler operator (little high speed presses)
post #1883 of 1915

I work as a driller in an underground rock quarry. I drill the holes in the wall so they can be loaded with explosives. 

post #1884 of 1915
Government contractor in security
post #1885 of 1915
Been in construction for 40 years started out as a laborer, currently part of a team building a $500 million dollar pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in Southern California. Hard work pays off.
post #1886 of 1915
15 years at a coal fired power plant work in operations.
post #1887 of 1915
I'm an Assistant Vice President of Merchant Services for one of the largest Banks. Been in Banking for over 17 yrs now. Used to be a Senior Relationship Manager for business banking at another major bank.

Also my wife and I have a ranch with over 75 head of Black Angus. Love having our own beef to smoke and cure. My other job is also a father to my 20 month old daughter and 5 month old son.
post #1888 of 1915
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Originally Posted by steiger33 View Post

I'm an Assistant Vice President of Merchant Services for one of the largest Banks. Been in Banking for over 17 yrs now. Used to be a Senior Relationship Manager for business banking at another major bank.

Also my wife and I have a ranch with over 75 head of Black Angus. Love having our own beef to smoke and cure. My other job is also a father to my 20 month old daughter and 5 month old son.

My wife is a reformed "Evil Corporate Banker" from one of the big five. She was an SVP in risk monitoring.
post #1889 of 1915
Army veteran and currently a supervisor in a wet corn milling plant. I have been at my current job for 20 years.
post #1890 of 1915

I'm a civil engineer and have about 25 years in the land development and municipal utilities design, but alas, those days are gone.  Now I'm doing engineering and project management in fueling and fuel storage.  One of these days I'll get my hands on one of those double wall oil tanks and convert it to a smoker.  They recently had to scrap one of them an a 1,000-galon gas AST down in Harlingen, TX. That's a bit of a haul from Delaware.  

post #1891 of 1915

I am the fourth generation to be in Oil & Gas Production. I am a Production Foreman over two oil leases, for a small company based out of California.

 

I have been BBQing a few times a month most of my life, but just simple things. One of my buddys build a nice big horizontal smoker at work, of course it weighed a ton. Then our welder build the same setup, tweaked to his standards. So I have  had this on my mind to make, or get one ever since. So I picked up an Oklahoma Joe Highlander about two weeks ago. 

post #1892 of 1915

I am a line pilot for a helicopter company based in Oregon, but currently on a project in Papua New Guinea support land based oil and gas drilling operations.  Our company also does stateside helicopter logging, firefighting, construction, and  foreign operations in Afghanistan.  I spend half the year in the jungle/half the year in Central Oregon... 

post #1893 of 1915
I've been retired from the Air Force since 2004. My wife and I have owned a screen printing and embroidery shop for 4 years
post #1894 of 1915

I retired from the Air Force in 2004.  My wife and I currently own a screen printing and embroidery shop  and she still does some contract work for a computer s/w company.

post #1895 of 1915
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I am a line pilot for a helicopter company based in Oregon, but currently on a project in Papua New Guinea support land based oil and gas drilling operations.  Our company also does stateside helicopter logging, firefighting, construction, and  foreign operations in Afghanistan.  I spend half the year in the jungle/half the year in Central Oregon... 
Gee is that all sounds like such a boring life lol just kidding sounds like every day is an adventure. Sign me up.
post #1896 of 1915

Active duty Army. 18 plus years so Im getting close to hanging it up and getting out of the way for the new breed.

post #1897 of 1915

Electrician since I was 19 years old.  Now I'm 43

post #1898 of 1915


Postal clerk.

post #1899 of 1915
Truck Driver and hoping this gives me better meals for the road
post #1900 of 1915

I'm a clinical pharmacist.  I work with physician offices and health systems across the state with cost and quality initiatives

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