|Joe McWilliams, Chuck Marcello, Reno Regalbuto, and Ron Tipton|
Mellon Bank, Philadelphia, 1984
Then it was down Rt. 113 to Millsboro to the new BJ's to pick up my new glasses. Bill gets very confused with all the towns with "M's" in their name. We live in Milton. Milford is just up the road (Rt. 1.)_ Then there is Millsboro. Why it's enough to confuse two old men and often does. I could complain about that situation but who wants to hear about that?
So I was thinking, "Should I post my daily doings or should I go down Memory Lane again?" As I was copying more old photos from my old computer this morning I was again reminded of my Previous Life and how much my life has changed. I have many good memories from those previous times, which doesn't seem all that long ago but in reality is a long time ago. My decision was made after seeing these pictures that I make a return trip down Memory Lane again. After these trips I'm always left with a smile and a good feeling in my heart. I've had a good life.
The picture at the top of this blog posting is of me in my position as a Trust Operations Manager at Mellon (formerly Girard) Bank in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This was back in the day when I had a lot more responsibility than I do now as a part-time hotel front desk clerk in Lewes, Delaware.
Pictured from left to right in the back are Joe McWilliams, the young 19 year old man who was in charge of all the TAD's (which is an acronym for Trust Administration Department memos, a job I held for many years.)
Next is Chuck Marcello who was the supervisor of the data input unit. I managed data input units both at Mellon Bank and later at Fidelity Bank and First Fidelity Bank.
Seated is Reno (short for Nazereno) Regalbuto. Reno was the supervisor of the Trust Remittance and Fee Units, of which I was formerly a supervisor.
Standing behind these three handsome, smiling men is Ron the Unit Manager, with the body English which denotes that I am the boss. Can you believe that? This was back in my
I worked at Girard/Mellon Bank for twenty-two years. This picture was taken about two years before I was right-sized out of my job. Fortunately for me I went right up the street to Fidelity Bank and continued on with my banking career in Philadelphia for another seven years.
Looking at this photo of me and Joe, Chuck and Reno reminds me of what a good job I did hiring good-looking guys to work for me.
Hey, they were good at their jobs too but it doesn't hurt to be working with hotties.
|Ron and Emerson Shaw|