Date: October 12th, 2017 2:49 AM
Author: Naomi Bat Osaka (*)
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>>Sanders and his wife moved to the Phoenix area after he retired from Boeing in 2011. They were ready for the next phase of life with four-wheeling, his fried-chicken dinners and movie nights, she said.
But in 2015, a Boeing supervisor called Sanders, begging him to step back into the workforce because he knew things they couldn’t teach other people at the plant, Braunschweig recalls.
The couple moved back and Sanders picked up where he left off, taking care of heavy equipment. He usually worked from 10 p.m. until about 6 a.m.