Rosy was the coolest pizza delivery driver you could
imagine. He had a '71 Chevy Camaro with dark metallic
blue-green with a white vinyl top known as
the ThrobMaster, a name people understood if they ever stood
within a quarter mile of it while it's engine was running.
Girls would order pizzas to just get a glimpse of this
beautiful hunk of man.
But besides that he was an avid player of strategy games.
He was famous for building the most realistic models of tanks
and airplanes from WWII you have ever seen. He had a
professional airbrush painting system that perfected every piece
Personal Note from Rosy:
What I remember about GJ would fill a couple of hard
drives. I worked every position GJ had, night shift for
most of it, mostly dayshift during the last year or so.
I remember it as a place the employees hung out even
when off the clock. Thanks to the coolest boss I ever
had, David Willingham, my work situation was always
relaxed and fun, yet at the same time we had a
work-ethic I've never seen or heard of elsewhere.
The layout of the restaurant was conducive to intimacy
with your family/friends/dates, yet staff interacted
with customers routinely. It was the classic high school
hangout, and I pray my kids luck into something similar
when they make their first foray into the working world.
His kids current ages are Hanlon 8, Aidan 6
Rosy is now Dr. Ross Miller, DDS
practicing dentistry for over 15 years in Plano, Texas.
Patients say it's his smile and bedside manner that keeps them
He likes kids, butterfly-collecting, home improvement, PC
games (still), and ice hockey.