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Federal Retiree’s Legacy Passed on with Family Scholarship

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When Kermit Irwin started sweeping floors at Federal in 1950, nobody would have expected the legacy he’d leave for everyone he met – and some who never met him at all. Irwin worked his way up, becoming very active in the .22 plant. He swept floors, worked on crimpers, swagers, trimmers, draws and anything else he could get his hands on. He became a machinist in the experimental shop and eventually supervised the team in his last 18 years with Federal. He retired in 1982 after 32 years with the company. ​​​​​​​   Fast forward to 2021, when Diana Bristlin, Human Resources,…
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