Johnny's Engines     
My name is Johnny Fermanides.... .....hello & welcome to my web pages!

The purpose of my site is to share information on old engines.

But first a little about me and my family.

My wife Sandy and I live in the Grays Creek community of Cumberland County, NC. USA.

We have three sons and seven grandchildren .

 

 

My three sons, and me, atop 6214 foot Black Balsam Mountain near the Blue Ridge Parkway in Haywood County, North Carolina
(William, Robert, me, Steve)

My wife Sandy retired in June 2004 from Cumberland County Schools after 28 years of service.  She was the "computer lab facilitator" at Grays Creek Elementary School.  Sandy loved her work, was devoted to the children, and was chosen "Teacher Assistant of the Year" on more than one occasion.   

I retired after working for Piedmont Airlines 1969-1993.  Piedmont was a great airline with super employees, and lots of public support.  What a career!  I began a second career selling computers directly to school systems and to government agencies via national and state contracts.  The company I worked for is Netcom Business Solutions Inc.  In the summer of 2006 I retired from this career thus ending my time in the workforce.

Hiking is one of my favorite things to do but I don't get the opportunity like I use to.  Mountains have always been very special to me - probably because you can see so much of the creation at one time while on a mountain top.  I also enjoy old farm festivals, and collecting antique gasoline flywheel engines. 
My other pages are related to old engines, and are linked below under "My Old Engines".   Neat stuff - check them out.

                                                                           ...always see the blessings,   Johnny       

 

 

 

       

      

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by Johnny Fermanides. Please email me with any corrections or comments.

Thank you Old Engine.Org for hosting this site!

Recommended Engine Sites:

SmokStak

Enginads

Finding Old Iron

Construction on this web site began January 2004, and will be an ongoing process.  Additional engines will be posted in upcoming months.  Please check back!

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