I worked with Tony Harrison from 1978 through 1982. I hired on in August 6th of that year and Tony was in the hiring class a few weeks after me. Had an older brother that was in the railroading business as well. If I recall, his Dad was a preacher. Caught a good number of jobs with him working the extra board for a majority of my career at HB&T. We seemed to be awarded the "Gold Harriman" award every year during my short tenure, receiving a award gift, from commemorative plates to class rings, etc., which I still have today. I eventually sold my seniority after almost a year of being laid off back then. I had secured a more stable position during the layoff but still think about my times there. My times there made a lifelong impact which I still cherish now. Good group of old timers from the steam engine days that I enjoyed conversing and working with. The greatest generation, the last of the Mohicans, the WWII era, their careers coming to a close. And mine just beginning. Even had a chance to meet "Bozo Tejano", catching his relative chalk art deco at South Yard on Sunday afternoons. He was a Hughes Tool retiree, in his late eighties at the time, claiming to be the famed artist. There was a book published years ago depicting the numerous chalk artists from the 1930's through the 1970's. I recognized a good number of chalk trademarks. I never had the opportunity to see any of my class comrades or HB&T employees after my '82 departure. Use to get the HB&T newsletter only for a few months after I left. Not sure if it's even published anymore. I know the HB&T credit union exists but doubt if anyone employed there would be current with former employees. Anyways, love to hear back from any former employees.