Growth Pastor at Centerpoint Church
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My name is Wes Molebash and I wear many hats. I'm a husband, a father, a pastor, and a cartoonist. I blog at wesmolebash.com. Life is good.
Specialties: cartooning, illustration, blog design, social media, networking
I currently oversee our small group ministry, outreach, and other various group ministries. Though not required by my job description, I go the extra mile by sharing funny Buzzfeed articles and YouTube videos with the rest of the staff.
I've drawn lots of comics and illustrated a few stories. Sometimes I draw stuff for people. I've done work for a couple large organizations, but I mostly work with individuals who want drawings of their family or social media avatars. Good times.
Airplanes need paint, which means someone has to sell it. That's what I did for almost five years while working at Vitatoe Industries (dba Aircraft Paint Supply).
Don't call them "cardboard" boxes. They're "corrugated".
SIDENOTE: I still call them cardboard boxes.
When I was laid off at NewPage, I came back to IPCS (formerly Horizon PCS). Thankfully, my former employers here still liked me.
Chillicothe is known as the "Paper City" because of the paper factory here in town. I worked at the converting center where the paper came in on rolls and we cut them down to size on sheeters. I ran several machines, including all three sheeters. One time, I did some minor damage to the facility while driving a clamp truck. I was pretty embarrassed, but my boss was cool about it.
In an effort to save money, NewPage closed the converting center where I worked and I was consequently laid off in 2008.
After being laid off at IPCS, I was hired by RadioShack as a store associate. Had a lot of fun selling geeky products to geeky people and working with geeky folks.
I worked at RS until the opportunity to make a lot more money at NewPage came along.
I always considered this my first REAL job because I went to trainings and meetings and I had benefits. I had a blast working here, and even made my way into lower-level store management (fancy way of saying "third key-carrier"). The company had some financial setbacks and I was laid off with most of the workforce in 2003.
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