Carl Harr was the salesman, the photographer, “the go-to guy” at BossTek (previously Dust Control Technology).
As of Feb. 1, 2016, Harr has been enjoying life with his wife in central Illinois during the beginning of his retirement.
Carl Harr worked at BossTek for nine years and enjoyed many aspects of his job.
Harr says his favorite thing about working at BossTek was going to unknown places, meeting great people, and getting to work with these people.
Harr also misses the people he worked with at BossTek, and he states, “I already miss them.”
In his retirement, Harr plans to travel with his wife, and enjoy some personal photography ideas that he has always wanted to do.
Along with Harr’s plans for retirement, he will continue to instruct karate classes.
Harr has been studying karate since he was in high school, and he has been an instructor since 1984.
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