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Was NE Regional Merchandising Supervisor for the RayOVac Battery Corp (now Spectrum) at retirement. Before that I managed a bar in Downtown Providence for 10 yrs. Also spent 15 yrs managing shoe stores in the south for the Kinney Shoe Corp.

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I have a job in hockey - it's a year round gig. It's mostly fun - but like most jobs - it has its downfalls (especially lately!)

On a rare Sunday off - and unrelated to this thread - here's a pic of "Big Dan" visiting his final resting place this afternoon:
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John, I collect antique posters; your stuff is wonderful.
Thanks so much, Jeff! I appreciate it!
I'm a big fan of early poster work, too... can't collect for lack of space, but I drool when I see something amazing... (like The Stenberg Brothers early Russian movie posters...)
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I just graduated with a degree in Human Resource Management last year at the age of 47.....Anyone need a HR Generalist?
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I have a job in hockey - it's a year round gig. It's mostly fun - but like most jobs - it has its downfalls (especially lately!)

On a rare Sunday off - and unrelated to this thread - here's a pic of "Big Dan" visiting his final resting place this afternoon:
Thanks for posting, where is he buried?

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Just retired from the US Air Force today--8/31/13! I was a Aircraft Electrician for 20 years and now I am in Denver as an Avionics QA inspector. I am proud of the time I served and of the places I have been; now I am happy to wear shorts to work and having facial hair.
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practicing veterinarian until I had a spinal stroke 3 years ago. Getting close to beng ready to go back into practice after 3 years of physical rehab.
Good for you, Ken! I'm glad that you're almost there. I know how hard rehab can be having gone through some pretty grueling rehab myself, and I have a lot of respect for your perseverance.
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Old 09-01-2013, 09:53 PM
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No problem!

Dan Brouthers is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Wappingers Falls, NY. Small town - nice though.
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The job is rewarding, but my God, it can be stressful at times.
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wappingers falls = tawana brawley = wasn't pretty at the time - I will now think of it in a better light.................

good one JJ :-)

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I have a job in hockey - it's a year round gig. It's mostly fun - but like most jobs - it has its downfalls (especially lately!)

On a rare Sunday off - and unrelated to this thread - here's a pic of "Big Dan" visiting his final resting place this afternoon:
Are you from around the Wappingers Falls area? I grew up in town of Poughkeepsie/ town of Lagrange
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I'm actually across the river - about 30 minutes from Wappingers.
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