Brockus Back Among the Working Stiffs

Adam Brockus, Bremerton city councilman, sent out an e-mail to friends and family announcing that he had landed a job. He was laid off in November. Here’s the e-mail he sent:

Last week, the US Navy offered me a position as a Civil Engineer in their Naval Facilities (NAVFAC) Office at Naval Base Kitsap.  I can now announce that I have accepted their offer.  After 3 months of unemployment, it turns out the place I went to first was the place that gave me the job.  Plus it pays better than my old job.

I will be needing to wait 4-6 weeks for the paperwork to go through before I can start, but after that I’ll be working in Bangor about 30 minutes north.  Jill, Rachel, and I will continue to live in our house in Bremerton.  And I will continue to serve as a City Councilman.

5 thoughts on “Brockus Back Among the Working Stiffs

  1. As I said in the e-mail, but was not printed was:

    “Thank you for all of your prayers and good wishes. We certainly appreciated them!”

    And that extends to the both of you as well!

  2. Adam,
    So glad to hear of your new job. I’ve also been impressed with your job on the City Council. Keep up the great work!

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