Well, I thought I would be taken out of efm in a box and always absolutely loved the job, but there's almost nothing left to love. I met a stone wall of condescension at the new place and decided to walk around it.
I was recruited to my present job before I left Emmaus. I'm not a quitter, so I wanted to stay to help Rich and see this thing through and I declined the prospective job offer. Every month I was reminded that the job was still unfilled and asked if I was interested. Finally, after 3 months, I gave the new job a look, and several interviews later, I was offered the job. Timmy will take over my spot. He's a good man, knowledgeable about the coal boilers, and likable. Rich, Timmy and I grew up together.
I would not expect anybody to take my place as the efm rep, so we'll see what Richard comes up with.
I'll still be here, as an efm dealer, and efm rep emeritus.