You could say Doug Wolf was having a mid-life crisis.
He wanted to be his own boss. So like many others with his desire and determination, he struck out on his own.
That was two years ago… when he was 51 years old.
“I decided that I wanted to go into business for myself,” Wolf said. “I had worked for large organizations all my life and I was always being on the ‘low end’ so to speak. So I wanted to take more control, be in charge and make decisions on my own.”
For years, the East Carondelet resident had worked for somebody else. Read full story.
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