Alicia Bradshaw
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"Hey A.J. .... LTNS! This is John Moosmann ... :o) I am doing just fine, actually gotten better every year. I hope you are doing well, too! I have missed our friendship. I hope you can call me when you have time. I work at Children's Medical…"
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Company
Warm Thoughts Communications, Inc.
Professional Interests
Business Development & Marketing, Business Planning, Residential HVAC, Home Performance, Sales Training, Management Consulting
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http://www.warmthoughts.com
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aligoesgreen
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At 10:25am on November 16, 2010, John Moosmann said…
Hey A.J. .... LTNS!

This is John Moosmann ... :o)

I am doing just fine, actually gotten better every year. I hope you are doing well, too!

I have missed our friendship. I hope you can call me when you have time. I work at Children's Medical Center of Dallas in the Trauma/ICU as the Health Unit Coordinator. I work nights 7p-7a. I am off Wednesday and Thursday.

My cel is 214-497-7180 and home is 972-519-0684. E-mail: skinypupy@tx.rr.com
 
 
 

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