Mallory (ITTO) on the 1st shift in Dept. 0250 has retired
with 39.6 years of seniority. Paul and his wife, Virginia have two
children. His hobby is gardening.
Mary Laflore (Tow Truck) on the 2nd shift has retired
with 30 years of seniority. She was born in North Carolina and now
lives in Detroit with her husband, Frank. They have five children
and eight grandchildren.
Michael Waddy (ITTO) on the 1st
has retired with 34.3 years of seniority. Michael and his wife, Debi
have four children and one grandchild. His hobbies are fishing,
hunting and driving his motor home. Future Plans: Enjoy life
to the fullest and travel with his family in his motor home. Special
note: Thanks to Ford and the UAW for an extremely good living they
have provided for me and good bye to all my friends I have made over
the years. Good Luck!
Larry Miller (Die Tryout
Leader) on the 2nd shift in Dept 0400 has retired with
40.3 years of seniority. Larry and his wife, Cynthia have two
children. His hobby is golf. Future plans are to enjoy life. Special
note: Itís been a long journey, but all journeys end. So
remember-never smarten up a chump and never give a sucker an even
Joseph (Scratch) Cadez (Special Build) on the 1st shift
in Dept. 0980 has retired with 35.1 years of seniority. Scratch and
his wife, Claudia have one daughter, Lauren. His interests are his
family and friends. Special Note: I would like to thank Ford Motor
Company for a good living and all the friends Iíve met along the
way. Remember BUY WHAT YOU BUILD your future depends on it.
Dennis (Denny) Young (Special Build) on the 1st shift in
Dept. 0980 has retired with 37.1 years of seniority. Denny and his
wife, Paula have two children and two grandchildren. His hobbies and
interests are camping and hunting. His future plans are to travel
with his wife and grandkids Chris and Karissa. Special Note: Goodbye
to all of the nice people at Woodhaven. Thanks to the Union and Ford
Paul Stevens (Tool and Die) on the 3rd shift has retired
with 35 years of seniority. Paul and his wife Debra have two
children and five grandchildren.
"Gym Shorts" from the Fitness Center
two new drinks have hit the market, Enviga and Celsius. Both are
green tea drinks claiming to burn calories and boost your
metabolism. Is this all hype? For the most part, yes. These drinks
contain caffeine and an antioxidant called ECGC. Together these
ingredients are supposed to increase your metabolism. Although
caffeine is a stimulant and together with ECGC will increase your
metabolism, it is only slightly and not enough to see a weight
Celsius claims a 12 ounce can burns up to 75 calories for 4 hours.
Enviga claims 3 cans a day can burn 60-100 calories.
Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) is a nonprofit
consumer watchdog group. They have filed a lawsuit against Enviga,
calling the statements fraudulent.
These green tea drinks have some nutritional value because of the
antioxidants, but don't expect miracles from a can. You still need
to exercise and eat a balanced diet to lose weight. These drinks may
give you a boost of energy to help you through a workout, similar to
all of the other energy drinks on the market.
By: Rachel Donoghue
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