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Profile picture Ronald Diener
Can't believe it's 50 years
I attended Seton Hall and graduated in 1962. I went into the health club business and became regional manager of 6 clubs in NJ and PA. In 1970 I went into the health care field as a sales rep for Sherwood Medical and eventually became national sales manager. During that time, I became an operating room tech and scrubbed in on cases before lap procedures became popular. I retired from Dyonic's in the late 80's. I was an independent rep selling and teaching orthropods arthroscopic surgery after that. Retired in 1999 due to scoliosis and degenerative disc disease. Also had to give up body building at that time. During my career, we have moved from NJ to St. Louis to Westlake Village, CA to Kansas City, MO to CT.In 2001, we sold our home and moved into an adult community-Heritage Village.
Our oldest daughter is an RN who is co-ordinator in a cardiac step down unit. The youngest daughter lives in MD and works for the US gov't. My son followed in my footsteps and has worked himself up from an independent rep. to the national sales director. My wife is still working in banking and has been doing that for about 40 yrs.