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Old 01-04-2018, 10:32 AM
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Anyone have any leads or contacts for AZ and NV area?
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Old 01-05-2018, 03:02 AM
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Re: Leads AZ and NV

Pleas introduce yourself and get to know our members First, and Before you come in here and ask for Leads and Contacts .

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Old 01-06-2018, 09:41 AM
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I am actually old member from 2009ish. My email changed and couldn't get in anything. Was pretty active on here for few years then we made life changes for our young teenage son at the time for Dad to be home. There were few things he was missing like teaching his son to weld, 4H, baseball... So, he in short version took job as welder/hot tap tech for natural gas company that came through our area. TBH he hated it lol.. Why it was more paper work, supervision, and meetings than field work. Although he was good at it he has need to weld...He is rig welder-pipeliner it's who he is, so after 5 years he went back to what he loves. This last year he has been pretty busy a few hours from home which is nice. It meant home most weekends if they were off, laundry stop to me, and if not I could load my 17, 3, and 1 year old for quick trip to Dad. Even if we only saw him for dinner after 14 hour day and left him with clean laundry. As family of pipeliner any time this close to home you appreciate every minute. My husband has traveled the ropes Utah, Colorado, NM, and clear to Mississippi. At one point during our adventures he wasn't able to come home for 8 months. That's both good and bad can't complain about work won't lie hard on family life. For me I am certified teacher who spent 10 years working as social worker in foster care. Three years ago we started fostering ourselves and long story short have two more children. I then became stay at home mom to accommodate kids and my husband's career. Part of being stay at home mom job of rig welder is networking and job searching... at least for me. His career is more than him it's lifestyle a family commitment and operation. Even my 17 year old is greatly influenced and this year he was asked by administration to be TA for welding teacher. He has his mind to hit road with his Dad soon as school ends. With holidays we usually see projects come to close and there is this wait for new year project kick offs. We decided it was time to get active and out there. We have 3 kids, critters, and home that need $... lol That's the story as short as I can make it and introduction. Any leads would be highly appreciated and we will remember and in turn do the same. He loves pipeline work, but spent several years also doing fab work for many compressor stations. He would love to be in AZ or NV, but really will consider anywhere.

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