Briefly What Happened Since Leaving School
Started working for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Washington, D.C. just after graduation. Entered Army in 1943, after discharge returned to work at Brunswick in 1946. I spent my entire career with the railroad, working first clerical and later official positions in Washington, Brunswick, Hagerstown, Baltimore, Bradford, PA, Portsmouth, OH, Middletown, OH and Cincinnati, OH. I worked out of Baltimore and Cincinnati several times. I retired in 1985, from the CSX in Cincinnati, Oh, after more than 44 years. My last position was Superintendent Division Administration. I continue to live in Cincinnati.
My wife is from Hagerstown, Md. We were married in 1947 and have two daughters (Deborah-Fayetta) born in 1950, 1958 and three sons (Stanley - Curtis Jr - Clifton) born in 1948, 1960 and 1963. Our oldest daughter lives in Jacksonville, Fl and the others live in or near Cincinnati.
I did not begin college until 1961, twenty years after leaving high school. This was an experience, attending college in the evenings with such young students..
After retirement I spend my time bowling, golfing and some fishing for sports, working in genealogy, researching my family tree, woodworking and a lot of time on the computer.