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Ed Hunt

An Accidental Lineman Makes a Difference

Curiosity and tenacity have helped Ed Hunt become one of the go-to people for lineman safety standards, but his journey started by accident. In 1983, as a 23-year-old applicant for a groundman position with the city of Longmont, Colorado, U.S., Hunt thought he was applying to mow lawns at city parks. Once on the job, he discovered how wrong he was, but he also discovered the job suited him. After finishing an apprentice program and becoming a journeyman lineman, he joined Western Area Powe

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