Paul Cook on air traffic control at the Dexter International Airport
Aerial shot of the Dexter International Airport, circa 1970s. Photo donated by Paul Cook.
Paul Cook always worked in and around Watertown, but not always doing the same thing. He spent twenty years as a cost clerk at Hall Ski-Lift, and seventeen years as an Office Promotion Clerk at Fort Drum. But he also read meters for the Niagara Mohawk Power Company, delivered baked goods out of a van, and spent two years working for Colonial Airlines out of the Dexter International Airport, which was particularly memorable for him.
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