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  1. #1
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    Question

    biggest influence in this business?,and aside from the fact that we all are rich and do this for the loads of money,why do you work in this field?

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    Don Mills. I worked with him in the early 90's and he taught me the importance of always striving to do the best job I can. I haven't talked to him in a few years. He's living in Phoenix somewhere. Maybe I'll look him up someday and see what he's up to. May be retired by now.
    R2B4BTU

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    My dad.
    WHY?

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    Originally posted by Lusker
    I'm too stupid to find a real job.

    I would have to go with that also

    and I new more then the wood shop teacher did so I took HVAC

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    father and grandfather.

  7. #7
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    Air Force

    I could do 1/2 dozen other things and do a few more. This is the one thing I can call all the shots on. Things are changing but I will never leave HVAC

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    Frank Purdue. Had nothing to do with HVAC but was my role model for handling union influences in business.
    Government is a disease...
    ...masquerading as its own cure…
    Ecclesiastes 10:2 NIV


  9. #9
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    Originally posted by special ed
    My dad.
    Ditto.
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  10. #10
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    I fell into this job with my Navy training. I had no idea it was so much fun. My dad wanted me to be a mechanical engineer. Well, I'm glad I have the education, but I'd much rather be doing this. I'll pass on the desk jockey jobs.

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    Frown

    some old guy told me I could make alot of money in HVAC

  12. #12
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    Mine was a strange way. I was a 18 wheeler driver pulling refrigerated 40 ' trailer full of hanging beef.The temp. in the trailer was keeped at 28 deg. & my freightliner tractor had no a/c & it was july driving down old hyway 99 in central ca. with a 115 deg. outside temp. I would stop & clinb in traiuler to cool off.I said i`m quitting this truck driving job & go to refer. school to find put how they keep theses trailers cold.

  13. #13
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    My best friend Rod got me in to the trade. Now he's an Effn crack head in jail while his two beautiful kids and wife sit at home sad.

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