John Heid recently retired from the Defense Logistics Agency after working for 37 years as a Fuel Specialist. His career has taken him to over 50 countries and he shares some memories from his travels. John grew up in Ohio and now resides in North Carolina, but he was a proud member of the Foothill Citrus Football Officials Association while he lived in California. He discusses the details of his career, what made football officiating so much fun, the importance of fossil fuels, working with the military, the many places he has lived, Ohio sports, and a few of his favorite beverages. To quote John: "Someone is looking after all of us if we just paid attention."
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