Bruce Hunts retires from Tyler Union after 49 years of service
December 6, 2016
Tyler Union Payroll Supervisor Bruce Hunt recently retired after 49 years of service. Bruce’s career with Tyler Union began in 1967 when Lyndon B. Johnson was President, The Graduate was playing at the box office and The Beatles were churning out hits like Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
At his retirement luncheon he received a service award and a retirement watch but nothing compared to his very own replica of the Iron Man that sits in front of the Tyler Union facility (compliments of the machine shop crew). This was a fitting gift as Bruce was considered the original “Iron Man” at Tyler Union. He was dedicated to the hourly team members he served and to the company.He was a friend to everyone who came through the door and was always willing to go the extra mile to help with any job that needed to be done. He was a jokester, a handy man, the go to guy and one of the biggest Roll Tide fans you’ll ever meet. The Brewster will be missed by everyone.
Bruce is pictured here with team members Sara Tongsuvone, Amanda Ward and his wife Linda.
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