Home » Robert Snell is retired as Kalamazoo County surveyor, but that doesn't mean he'll quit going to work Association News Robert Snell is retired as Kalamazoo County surveyor, but that doesn't mean he'll quit going to work January 5, 2009 Reprints No Comments Michigan's longest-serving county surveyor retires after 45 years, but he still has work to do and stories to tell. by Gabrielle Russon | Kalamazoo GazetteSunday January 04, 2009, 10:54 PM KALAMAZOO -- Nearly every morning, Robert Snell comes punctually into the office, dressed in a coat and tie. The 84-year-old hasn't gotten paid in months -- he's officially retired from his employer, a Kalamazoo engineering office -- but it's a routine he can't give up. Even Snell's former boss is a bit baffled by his status. "It's kind of hard to tell if he's retired or not," said Rex Milliron, who runs the surveying department at the Kalamazoo office of Grand Rapids-based Prein & Newhof. "His work is his life." To read the rest of the story, click to www.mlive.com/news/kalamazoo/index.ssf/2009/01/robert_snell_is_retired_as_kal.html Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to POB. Related Articles County Surveyor Dick Walter is searching for buried treasure Surveyor of the Year is "quite honored' Hells Angel Jury Hears About Land Clearing Booked-up Crowne Plaza doesn't expect Obama visit to disrupt other events Related Products V06G - The Role of Engineers and Surveyors in Geographic Information Systems (CD) Thoreau the Land Surveyor V02D - Professional Ethics for Land Surveyors (CD) V12B - Great Surveyors and Their Surveys: Understanding the Men, Equipment and Accuracy of Their Surveys Will Make You a Better Surveyor (CD) Related Events 3rd Annual National Surveying, Mapping and Geospatial Conference 3D Laser Scanning, Point Clouds and Multiple Deliverable Options SPAR 3D Expo & Conference Get Your Scanning Under Control Related Directories Surveyors Exchange Co. Trimble Navigation Ltd. MicroSurvey Software Inc. Ruckman Title Boundary Surveyors You must login or register in order to post a comment. Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.