Born Again Believer since April 15, 1969
Worked Firestone Tr & Rubber Co. 1968 - 1980 Plant Maintenance Electrician
Worked South Central Bell - Installer / Repairman
Worked Wonder Bread - Hostess Cake 1967 - 2009 Started part time maintenance, went full time Licensed Journeyman Electrician, then became
Licensed Industrial Specialists and carried license for Wonder Bread. During which I got my Masters Electrical license and mastered for a company
I founded and a friend financed and ran gTg Electric The Name stood for "Glory to God" and on the business cards were the letter g a red Cross and a g
written on the back of the card.
God provided all in Christ Jesus
to redeem fallen man
Glory to his name. A lot of mixed opinions from the various electrical inspectors, but in 41 yrs as an electrician and 33 yrs Wonder Bread
I never failed an electrical Inspection. All jobs exceeded the National Electric Code basic standards.
I was blessed to write a number of PLC programs for the Bakery. I designed, built, wired and programmed a number of large systems
Including the Flour system from the silo's to the 7 mixer stations. A system that would trouble shoot down to which exact switch failed and in which position.
what fuse was blown and tell the amperage of fuse and type. Designed a plant monitoring system with both digital and analog signals. With read outs in
maintenance shops, lights on specific troubles. Silence button for any alarms and internal safety timing on critical silences which would re-alarm.
Designed a Mixer quad timer box which won me the Highest company award which was the #1 club. I save them according to the announcement at the
award ceremony $100,000 per year in savings on my timer vs the factory timer. which lasted about 1 - 2 months in the harsh wash down areas of the
Bakery. Mine lasted a year and also had separate removable timers made by Eagle Signal. I am now blessed with a part time drafters position with
Logical System Inc. who put me working with Micro Station and all I knew was Auto Cad. I disliked MS but after some years of learning I have come
to be very, very impressed with the intuitive and performance of Micro-Station even though I am a novice. Such power, the Scripts, the VBA and the
numerous features in so very many commands. The Element Selector for one. So at 73 I am closer to the end than the beginning. Blessed by the
willingness of many to assist me in the learning of a great product. Thank you for the many helpers along my 9 yr path.