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    Some visitor to this site named Owen wrote some time ago:

    "I used to sell machine tools for Technical Equipment's Cleveland office. Ran into several W&S vets there. Worked closely with Sandra Blocher, who was one of your salesmen....ah...women....ahhh...staff... When I worked with her for several years she was with Brown and Sharpe."

    I don't think so. :mad: Here are the names of the female Warner & Swasey sales people after 1975:

    Ann Mannix, Los Angeles
    Maria Miller, Houston
    Jackie Kerchelich, Chicago
    Nan Semones, Los Angeles
    Gina Kolwalski, I think Cleveland office

    I think Owen is confusing Sandra Blocher with Sandra Bullock, Miss Congeniality for the Technical Equipment Cleveland office. :rolleyes:
    who once sold a Daewoo to a Korean. [img]tongue.gif[/img]

    Bill McNamara
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    Well, maybe I was wr*choke* wro*gag* wr*aaak* wrong *spitting foul taste* OK, Wrong. Happened one other time. Good thing is, my wife doesn't KNOW about this one!!!

    I really DID think Sandra worked for W&Sleazy.

    OMcG

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    Hi Bill,
    I believe you are correct sir.
    Art

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    To Owen: tell your wife that Sandra did not work at Warner & Swasey Turning division.
    Maybe Balas Collet, Gradall, Hopto, Wiedemann, or Lahr.
    Bill McNamara


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