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December 2014

It’s a Wonderful Strife

Maybe it’s because of the lack of children, but my household has never had very many Christmas traditions. Oh, there are plenty of them once I head back home to my mother’s house each year, but no traditions in my own home—except for one, that is. But what I lack on the home front is more than over-compensated for by our office traditions. We Keycommers (our parent company’s name is Key Communications Inc.) go all-out and beyond for Christmas. If there’s another company that does it up like we do, I don’t know it—but if you do, please let me know about it and what company traditions you have. It would… Read More »

Jerry Wright

AAA Glass and Texas Glass Association President Jerry Wright passed away last week.

The glass industry is full of men of character and men who are characters. Jerry Wright of AAA Glass in Fort Worth, Texas, was both. Even now, a full week after his untimely passing, it’s hard to talk about Jerry in the past tense. That’s because he was so unique, and such a life force, that imagining our daily world without him is not yet possible. No one who ever met Jerry, even for a passing moment, would forget him. You just couldn’t. He was that unique. I’ve known and worked with Jerry on various different projects and things for more than 33 years. During that time, I never saw… Read More »

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