My name is Robert Barron (call me Bob). I’ve been a woodworker, carpenter, and registered nurse for almost 30 years. I love what I do and continually try to improve my manual and customer service skills.
In 1978 I was in my second year of operating a woodworking shop in Minneapolis, MN. My partner and I did outstanding work but we weren’t making any money. To help us stay afloat I began working on framing crews in the Twin Cities suburbs. I became fascinated with home construction and eventually joined the carpenter’s union as an apprentice in 1980. When I had a thorough grasp of how houses and buildings are put together I moved on to work with remodeling crews in the Twin Cities and Chicago area. While performing my tasks as a carpenter I always made a point of learning from other trades. This has really paid off in my handyman work and allowed me to expand the range of services I can offer. I also gained valuable experience building museum displays and the set for a motion picture.
Recently, I was offered a position as a clinical nursing instructor by the Peace Corps, after extensive reference and background checks, but chose instead to remain in this country and focus on my handyman and hospice work.
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