Getting Personal with Chuck Pollock, Senior Superintendent
I unloaded wagons of peaches (age 12) at Fralinger Farm in Bridgeton, New Jersey. My first job in construction was as a laborer making $4.50/hour.
What did you do after high school.
I served for 7-1/2 years in the Air Force as an aircraft mechanic working on F-111A’s and OV-10’s.
What would your closest friend say is your greatest attribute.
Honesty. That’s also what I admire most in others. And I live by the golden rule of treating people the way you want to be treated.
My wife Sue of 34 years, our three daughters, and 4 grandchildren.
I’m doing it. I love what I do. If you don’t enjoy what you’re doing, then you should find something different.
What do you want to do when you retire.
Sue and I want to travel in an RV across the country to California’s Giant Redwoods.
What do you enjoy about working at Landry/French.
I’m allowed to do my job! If I need support, it’s there.