Some of our Oldest Son’s accomplishments (He is two minutes older than his brother)

WTA&M

West Texas A&M University Canyon Texas

Texas Tech University Health Science Center Am...

Texas Tech University Health Science Center Amarillo Texas

Jeremy was going to West Texas A&M University in Canyon Texas just South of Amarillo it took him a little longer to graduate (Yea two of my kids have now graduated from college) for he had to make up some of his older grades to get his grade point average up. Plus he and Aubrey were married now and he needed to work so he could help support his family. After he graduated he got on with Texas Tech Medical research here in Amarillo, he got to work with their Mass spectrometer to see if the drugs they tested had the independents they were supposed to have. He had to go to Houston for a class on the Mass Spectrometer. Someone he met told him about a job at Harris county medical examiner office doing the same job that he was

English: Harris County, Texas Annex

English: Harris County, Texas Annex Houston Texas

doing in Amarillo except it would be on bodily fluids of corpses and that this job would pay a lot more. He rely liked working at the school but he knew that there was no way they could match the pay he would get down in Houston, so they loaded up and moved down there. He worked there a few years and now he works for the company that makes, sales, installs, and does the up keep on the Mass Spec. My grandkids were small kids when they moved now they are teenagers growing up way to fast in fact the oldest Caleb playing football will be a senior next year and Colten is thirteen and is on the swim team.

Mass Spectrometry for Pathogen Identification

Mass Spectrometry for Pathogen Identification (Photo credit: PNNL – Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

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One thought on “Some of our Oldest Son’s accomplishments (He is two minutes older than his brother)

  1. When the grandkids turn 12 second one « harbin77

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