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elctrnx_lyf
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Gods greatest gift is Mom
elctrnx_lyf   5/20/2011 2:03:01 PM
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As everyone has said I admire any mom. They are sent on to this earth to take care of us. I'm proud of my mom and no one can replace her to me. I strongly support women work force and I encourage the companies to provide as many benefits as poosible during their maternal leave.

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Re: ode to electronics industry Moms
Ariella   5/15/2011 10:00:54 AM
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Ashish, in a 1950's movie, These Wilder Years, the bartender (who, of course, knows everything) offers a similar sentiment. But the focus there is really on the father who finds out that skipping out on your obligations also deprives you of parental rights.

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Re: ode to electronics industry Moms
tech4people   5/15/2011 9:43:55 AM
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Ariella,

Mom's no matter where they are;are always amazing.

Regards

Ashish.

Ariella
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Re: ode to electronics industry Moms
Ariella   5/12/2011 8:53:46 AM
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In the interest of equal treatment, we'll have to have a Father's Day post in appreciation of dads next month.  There are fathers who feel they have no obligation to their families beyond bringing home a paycheck (I know one who doesn't even know how to dress his thee year-old son!), and then there are fathers who are really involved in their kids' lives. 

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ode to electronics industry Moms
saranyatil   5/12/2011 3:09:04 AM
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First Hats off to all the moms ....mom they really mean lot to everyone and its the best phase for all the women - motherlihood.

next thanks to you AL for posting this message, definitely mom's create a spell on us we feel it especially once they are far away or no more with us. she's is the first teacher for each one of us, for what we are now she s the one completely responsible.

 

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Re: Electronics Industry Moms
eemom   5/11/2011 3:27:08 PM
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What a wonderful post!  Thanks for recognizing all the working moms out there who work tirelessly in and out of the home.  There is no job more difficult or more rewarding.

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Barbara Jorgensen   5/11/2011 9:07:34 AM
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Hi Al, kudos to you and the Moms you mention here. I know a few of them and I, too, am amazed at how they manage their professional and personal commitments. Thanks for taking the time to write a blog to remind us of the people that make up our industry.

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jbond   5/11/2011 7:53:34 AM
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That's an excellent post and I'm sure your mom is proud of you. Thanks for shedding some light on the moms who not only do great jobs for their companies, but are doing great jobs in raining their families. Some would say that a working mom is the hardest worker out there, never really a time to relax and always worrying about others before themselves.

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Ode to Electronics Industry Moms
Ms. Daisy   5/10/2011 5:55:21 PM
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Al Maag:

First, thank you for a thoughtful and heartfelt post. Your mom and all the other moms at Avnet who are obviously now your support system have all collectively done a great job . Your post sure honors' the terrific work each one has done in your life. Your acknowledgement of all the other mothers is greatly appreciated, belated or not.

Rating your post, I want you to know your mom did a great job with you too!

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I was worried...
DennisQ   5/10/2011 2:54:25 PM
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...for a second there that you'd forget to mention your wife! Hope you didn't throw that "PS" in at the last minute!

Anyhow, none of us would be here if it wasn't for a mom! I very much appreciate mine, she's the most wonderful person I can think of. Happy (Late) Mother's Day to all mom's out there!

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