20 years ago, Ray Giantomaso began his career at Origlio as a picker on the night shift. He’ll retire at the end of the year as a seasoned DSR. It’s always hard to see such a great employee go, but we wish you a wonderful retirement full of good health and happiness. Thank you for your hard work and dedication. Cheers to your next chapter!
What does it take to be a top-notch DSR at Origlio? Patience and flexibility.
What has been your greatest accomplishment in your career at Origlio? The friendships I’ve made at Origlio are ones I will always treasure.
What was your biggest challenge? Learning to navigate the five county delivery areas.
What are you looking forward to most in your retirement? Relaxing.
What will you miss most about your job? I really love the driving, so I will miss that, as well as the customers, and as I mentioned, my co-workers.
What advice would you give someone just starting out as a DSR? Don’t rush and work safely.
Do you have any favorite holiday traditions or activities? Eating. I just love to eat, especially the foods made during the holiday season.
If you had your own talk show, who would your first three guests be, past or present? Frank Salvator (he got me to quit smoking), Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton.
What are three things on your bucket list? I’m not sure I have three, but my main bucket list item would be to ride my motorcycle cross-country and end up in California.
If you could be anywhere, drinking any alcoholic beverage… I’d be in Key West, Florida with an ice-cold Yuengling Lager.