“My kids were kind of in shock at first, but it's getting back to normal (at home),” Dale Leatherow said. “I'm pretty optimistic. There are a lot of good companies around here and a lot of manufacturing jobs.”
He said he would “test the waters” initially to figure out what his best course of action would be.
”Maybe go back to school to get more training (or) possibly change careers,” Dale Leatherow said.
Tom Leatherow has already enrolled in classes at the Ogden-Weber ATC to “expand what I know.” Despite the recent turmoil, he said, he was also cautiously optimistic about the future.
“We're starting a new chapter in our lives,” he said. “Whatever it brings, it brings.”
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