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Richard Mauldin
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Lives in Chelsea, AL
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Selfie, not long after my pacemaker surgery in August of 2014. Old but not down for good, yet. ;-) 
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Christian Harmony Singing hosted at Judson College and initiated by Mary Amelia Taylor who taught Christian Harmony singing to interested students at Judson College this year.
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Retired from full-time work Part-time @ Bojangles, Biscuit Maker
Accounting, Bookkeeping, 10 key adding machine, computer, excel, word processing, cash registers, shipping, inventory control, security, biscuit making, gunner/field artillery, Military Policeman/Stations & Patrols.
  • Retired
    2012 - present
  • Bojangles
    Biscuit Maker, 2013 - present
    Make biscuits, bake Bo-Berry Biscuits, Cinnamon Twists, Sweet Potato Pies as needed in timely manner (don't run OUT & don't overstock. Alternate to prepare fried chicken. Wash pots & pans, clean ovens and work area as needed, and keep biscuit supplies stocked, as used.
    Machinist, 1965 - 1968
  • Canterbury Shop
    VP-CFO - Controller, 1968 - 1975
  • Waldoff's
    VP-CFO - Controller, 1975 - 1989
  • Big Bucks
    Accountant, 1989 - 1990
  • Self-Employed
    Various, 1990 - 1993
  • Birmingham Area Boy Scouts
    Program Dir-Summer Camp, 1993 - 1993
  • Rogers Trading Co
    Office Manager, 1993 - 1995
  • Universal Door Systems
    Bookkeeper, 1995 - 1999
  • Security Engineers, Inc.
    Controller, 1999 - 2012
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Chelsea, AL
Jasper, AL - Birmingham, AL - Mt Brook, AL - Hattiesburg, MS - Harpersville, AL
I'm of Scottish/Welsh descent. My Scottish ancestry are Denson's (Scottish-Mother's side) ancestors landed in the VA/MD area and moved south eventually settling in Alabama at Arbacoochee in Cleburne County located in eastern area of central Alabama. Mauldin's (Dad's side) are Welsh from Western England. They came to the America's at South Carolina moving west with my family eventually settled in the mid-central area of Alabama in the vicinity of Birmingham (Jefferson County) & Sipsey (Walker County).
I sing Sacred Harp (FASOLA) music, I am a big University of Alabama Crimson Tide Fan and have been since the 1950's. 

I am married to Ruby Coffey Mauldin and we have been together since 1975, We have three children and I have a daughter by a previous marriage.

Beginning in Feb of 1966, I served 21 years and 3 months in the US Army Reserves. My first unit was at Jasper, AL and was an 8" Towed Howitzer Unit. We were reorganized in the 614th MP PLT (HG) in 1969, I transferred to the 87th MAC in Hoover, AL in 1973. After moving to Hattiesburg, MS in 1975 I transferred to C Btry 3/83d FA in Hattiesburg, MS a 155 SP FA unit. First as a Battery Clerk, then a cannon crewman, eventually made Section Chief for a howitzer then assigned as the Special Weapons NCO until I retired in 1987. 
I transferred to the Inactive Reserves in 1987 and have 39 years of service - Active and Inactive Retired.
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I have 4 great children and a wonderful wife. I love Sacred Harp singing. Have been a Boy Scout Leader from Tiger Cubs to Cub Den Leader and Cubmaster, Boy Scout Scoutmaster and Summer Camp Program Director. We also have four grandchildren - 3 girls and 1 boy.
  • Farmstead
    Elementary & Jr High, 1952 - 1960
  • Walker County High School
    Pre-College, 1960 - 1963
    English & Literature, Science, American History, Mathematics, Algebra, Advanced Algebra, Chemistry
  • Walker Jr College
    Business, 1963 - 1965
    Accounting, Business Math, Literature, Public Speaking, Algebra, History, Economics
  • UAB
    Business, 1971 - 1973
    Business Law, Business Accounting, Computer Programming,
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I was named Boom-Boom at 3/83d FA because I liked getting to fire my howitzer all the time. My crews got awards for their proficiency.
Good food and good service. My wife asnd I usually do lunch and get the La Favorita special. Chile' Relleno, enchilada, steak quesadilla. =-O Yes
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Good folks! Dr McLarty been my doctor for number of years- super nice guy and very good doctor. Staff are PRIMO!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
3 reviews
Went by after 8pm to get 2 shakes at 1/2 off as advertised and 2 of the new flatbread sandwiches. Had to drive to window-young lady said couldn't get sandwiches because they had stopped cooking the wraps earlier and they don't honor the 1/2 price after 8 pm deal anymore. That's OK, we don't trade there anymore either and there is a new Wendy's coming soon so we'll spend our money there and at the other fast foods in town.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago