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Jiravut "Jack" Maneelert Retires from Mercury Air Cargo
Jack Maneelert has retired from his position as a Lead Agent at Mercury Air Cargo on December 31st, 2014, after more than 30 years of service with the company. His leadership, dependability, and people skills made him an essential part of the Mercury team, and he will be greatly missed.
Jack started at Mercury Air Cargo in August 1984 after working at a Learner Oil gas station for 10 years prior to that. Don Maas, his direct supervisor at Mercury, says that Jack always knew how to time the build-up of cargo to avoid any possible delays in departure, and that he could be trusted to get the export flights out with no errors. "He was a very prominent figure to the JAL contract. He knew how to interact with the JAL staff well and was very well liked by them," says Don. Jack will be remembered as a great leader who believed it was very important to keep the MAC staff working together.
In his retirement, Jack plans on returning to his native Thailand and to enjoy time with his family. When he leaves he'll miss the people at Mercury most of all, as they have become like family to him over the years.