Fultondale worker drives the big truck
Frank Vickery has the job every 5-year-old boy dreams of: Driving the big trucks.
Vickery has been a heavy equipment operator for three years. His job mostly consists of driving a boom truck, a big truck with a big bed and a big crane.
Cosmetologist went from music to hair
Tina Poe is the manager at Sport Clips in Fultondale. Although she has worked in cosmetology for more than 10 years, she originally started college on a music scholarship.
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Dream kicks off man’s career
For Carey Rayburn, it all started with Ron Howard. Not the real Ron Howard, of course.
Person You Should Know: Mack Martin
Mack Martin owns and operates the Mack’s Speedy Dawgs hot dog stand outside of Lowe’s in Fultondale. He has been in business for almost seven years.
Person You Should Know: Lynn Barber
Lynn Barber is the assistant librarian at the Evelyn Thornton-Warrior Public Library. She was hired in May after longtime assistant librararian Lanette Williams retired. She grew up on the outskirts of Warrior.
Shaved Ice vendor calls business "blessing from God"
If you or your kids have ever played a community sport, chances are you’ve seen Pandy Hope’s snow cone truck.
Speech pathologist was a former actor
Richard Reese is a speech language pathologist at Trinity Speech, Language and Learning Center in Gardendale, but it wasn’t his first career choice.
Person You Should Know: David Peterson
David Peterson is a cast member in the upcoming production of “13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey” at the Gardendale Civic Center on July 11-12 and 14-17 at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the civic center.
Pizza restaurant owner gets in the trenches
John Pugh is the franchise owner of Buck’s Pizza in Warrior. He doesn’t sit in an office with his feet up, though; Pugh comes in and makes pizza and takes orders just like anyone else at a pizza place.
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