Based on what I know about my dad’s life I would say these pictures were taken in the early to mid 1960s. My best guess is 1962 or 1963. These must have been taken after he finished electronics school. He got an equivalent of an associates degree. It was some special program however that let him take classes for several hours a day and get the degree in just a few months. He was pretty proud of his knowledge in electronics and electricity. He didn’t talk to me about it often but on a couple of occasions he did let me know that he was glad that he had some mastery of things like current and voltage and basic circuitry.
This company must have been in Denver. It was called Executone. The building number was 2929. They did communication systems. Don’t ask me what that meant for that period in the 1960s. Looks like they had a total of three trucks and six service guys. A few years back, I did Google this company but didn’t come up with much. It might be worth a try now. I would like to know where in Denver this company was or if it might have even been in Texas.
In the picture with the old Chevy Greenbrier vans, Dad is on the far right. In the other picture he is on the left.
I never saw these pictures until after Mom and Dad were gone. Kelly, Jimmy and I found them when we were cleaning out Mom’s house in 2008. I am sending them to my sister Tammy in Texas. I think she would like them a lot.