To the Editor:
Well, Ray Malmgren, you skated around that apology.
First off, my son-in-law is the lead superintendent of the company and has been there for 27 years and has never seen any money change hands.
My daughter sets up all the jobs and directs everyone on when, where and why to be there among other things she controls. She has been there for 19 years, so they are not construction workers. They are both in management and seeing that they have been with the company for many years must mean they know what they are doing.
You, however, say you worked in management positions of major corporations. So did you get fired or just change jobs a lot? You obviously don’t know what the money game is all about. The companies you worked for must be paying off for work. So, again, I say you owe them an apology. Period.