I was a good hour into my conversation with New England Marine Engineering (NEME) founder/owner Paul Nosworthy when I realized something: We hadn’t even reached the point in the story when NEME comes into the picture (1979).
In fact, we hadn’t talked much about freezers or icemakers; we hadn’t gotten into heating or cooling systems; we really hadn’t talked a whole lot about the products and services NEME offers.
But: What I was discovering was just how a self-described “troubled child” became a recognized guru in his field … with very little formal training.
These are some of the things Paul and I discussed in that first hour:
The Black Tanker – a novel about wipers and oilers in the old days of steamships. “When I was a kid, I always wanted to be a part of the black gang,” says Paul.
Running a water hose over an ailing transmission to keep it from …
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