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This man has always made me feel like part of the SNC family since I started in 2015. Always answering any question no matter how silly it was, he is an amazing person and I have enjoyed working with him. I know I will miss him and all the things he did to make all of our lives easier.
December 1985 after you pulled up to the SSB and stepped out of the truck, "Excuse me, but I am thinking about working here and I was wondering how is it working here and do you like it?" You, with a look on your face that said "who is this and why is he bothering me"- I gueeeesss it is alright".
One cold winter around 2004 on the pistol range. It was below freezing, ice was causing issues, the wind blowing, and we were new with the Sig pistols. During the practice rounds, as we would have to take our gloves off so we could safely operate the weapon, the cold steel feeling like we were grabbing ice, we would attempt to hit the target in front of us. You were next to me on the firing line and some of your rounds were hitting my target. As we prepared to load our magazines for qualification, rounds being dropped on the ground because our fingers were too cold to feel them, you looked at me and said, "I talked to my husband and he said I could quit. I am not doing this anymore." I asked you, "Brenda, how old are you?" You replied and I knew you were not even early retirement age. I said to hold on, grabbed Albert White, and told him what you were about to do. We both talked to you about the need to stay. About that time, the range was called unsafe due to the weather conditions and we all waked away thankful...