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post #76 of 483 (permalink) Old 12-16-2002, 05:34 PM
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Started with new company in June as VP Quality & Engineering. The company is LEONI Elocab Ltd. and we design and manufacture custom electrical cables for industrial automation, medical, sewer inspection, fiber optic applications, etc. The list is limitless. It is a German based company that has been around since 1917. The manufacturing facility in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada has been here since 1997.

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Sorry, forgot the commute part. Drive about 8km (5 miles) each way to get to work. Wish it was longer so I could enjoy the drive. Loving the snow in South Western Ontario. The Pilot handles like a dream and I can still do donuts in the snow. Once you get all four wheels spining it is pretty easy and lots of fun!

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I'm Brand New to the "ORG" today, and was wondering what everyone else does for a living, then found this thread. I have been a BABY GAP merchandiser for the last 6 years, and decided to make more money purley by not spending any at the Gap...and quit my job in September to have my 3rd child...(hence the purchase of my brand new Starlight Silver Pilot EX-L) What a way to get a new car!!! We needed more seats, 3 kids under 7. So the Income funding the purchase of this new big baby would actually be my husband working as a Crane Electrician at a Naval Shipyard here in Washington State.
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I guess I'd qualify as a computer geek. I work for EDS (Electronic Data Systems) as a Server Admin for the NW. My wife is a fulltime expectant mother...2 days until she's due. After that, she'll be changing jobs to a fulltime Mommy.
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GOOD FOR MOM! First baby? -to go safely with your beautiful new silver baby? I'm due in 1 month with my 3rd. When Honda came out with a large SUV I knew I had to have it, and what perfect timing with #3 on the way...I'm one of those who will NEVER drive a minivan...but if I HAD to it would be an Odyssee, Always go HONDA!
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Yeah, I had to laugh

When you posted in the other thread entitled "Congratualtions on your new baby!". I was wondering if you knew something I didn't It's our first and we're also a card carrying member of the "I'll never be caught dead driving a Minivan" club. Thanks for your well wishing. She's doing great!
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Re: Yeah, I had to laugh

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When you posted in the other thread entitled "Congratualtions on your new baby!". I was wondering if you knew something I didn't It's our first and we're also a card carrying member of the "I'll never be caught dead driving a Minivan" club. Thanks for your well wishing. She's doing great!
I think there must be more people in the "I'll never be caught dead driving a Minivan" club than those who have it/want to have it !

My Ody driving friend drove my Pilot and was regretting after that for not going with the Pilot .... We don't have any kids yet but we're a staunch supporter/member of the "I'll never be caught dead driving a Minivan" club

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