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Been in the business for 15 years, and came across a deceased person... my first, whatta experince... looking for others who have experienced the same.
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Been in the business for 15 years, and came across a deceased person... my first, whatta experince... looking for others who have experienced the same.
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Been in the business for 15 years, and came across a deceased person... my first, whatta experince... looking for others who have experienced the same.
Every time I hand over the final invoice
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Been in the business for 15 years, and came across a deceased person... my first, whatta experince... looking for others who have experienced the same.
Was it dead and stinkin'? Gets easier as you get older.
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One of our roofing crews had there dad helping them on the roof and he collapsed on the roof and died. He had a massive heart attack, quite a sad situation for us, the crew and the HO. Quite a scene at the job site to say the least.
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Was it dead and stinkin'? Gets easier as you get older.
No it was'nt stinkin... its winter here in the Northeast. Just dead...and quite shocking.
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