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John Alcala
« on: Aug 17, 2017, 01:41 »
Kind of late on this news. John Alcala a decon/Rad waste tech from long ago has passed away. My brother told me about this while we were working on my car. He worked for Hydro nuclear services and RAD services in the 80s-90s. Long term at DC Cook and worked Grand Gulf, Calloway and Conneticut Yankee on the road way back. Sad to hear of his passing. If I run in to his brother Tony I will  post updated details on what happend. I still laugh when I think back on some of the quirky adventures we went on  after work at the Cookie factory. Thought I would share with anyone who used to work with him back so long ago.
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Re: John Alcala has passed away
« Reply #1 on: Aug 17, 2017, 09:27 »
his name wrings a bell from long ago, however eye didn't work those stations. thinking aye herd sum stories of the adventures from hydro guys oar threw the rad service grapevine. prayers are with his family.
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