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Julie Mo

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About Julie Mo

  • Birthday 04/26/1951

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    Charlotte County Florida
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    Woodworking, guitar building, sailing, golf

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About Me

Retired IBEW electrician.  During my career I was occasionally able to get out of the field and into the office.  During those times I worked as a project manager, estimator and electrical designer.  The last job I worked was a 36 megawatt data center.  I was brought into the job to take engineered drawings and rework them in CAD to create real-world drawings for the electricians in the field.  It was the best job I had in over 34 years of electrical construction.

 

I dreamed of retiring to a sailboat and cruising the islands.  My dad had a 45 footer I sailed from Chicago to Mackinac Island every summer for 8 years.  He then took it down to Florida where he retired.  We sailed it over to the Bahamas and into the Florida Keys.  I wanted to do that one day.  When the time came, I looked at a house on the water or a boat on the water.  I chose the house because I knew one day I'd have to sell the boat and they depreciate too much. 

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