C-A-L Ranch Military Spotlights Part 3

Here at C-A-L Ranch, we are proud of our employees that have served in the United States military.  Meet two more C-A-L Ranchers that have served our country and if you know any of your friends and family that have served in the armed forced and should be spotlighted on our blog, let us know! E-mail us at social@calranch.com; we’d love to hear from you!

Sam Ferguson, Idaho Falls, Idaho

Sam Ferguson

Sam has worked with C-A-L Ranch Stores for 10 years and is currently at C-A-L Ranch headquarters as the merchandising buyer for our Sporting Goods/Camping/Automotive Departments.  Sam served for three and half years in the Army as a Scout Sniper for the 2nd Battalion, 25th Infantry Division. He finished 11th out of 45 two man teams in the 1995 Best Ranger Competition and was stationed at Schofield BKS, Hawaii.  While serving he spent every spare moment in the ocean, surfing, snorkeling, or fishing.



Bill Bunker, Idaho Falls, Idaho

Bill Bunker

Bill Bunker is the Vice President of Store Operations for C-A-L Ranch Stores.  Bill volunteered for the draft in 1969 to join the USMC at the age of 17.  He went to boot camp in Camp Pendleton, CA.  Bill says, “I still remember my drill instructor’s voices.”  He was then sent to Marine Corps Engineer School in North Carolina for advanced training after which he received orders to go to DaNang Vietnam.  He made it as far as Okinawa, but was diverted to Iwakuni Japan.  Bill spent the better part of a year in Japan when his service time was over.  He came home and went to work for Sears for 35 years.  Bill came to ride for the C-A-L Ranch Brand six and half years ago. “Wow, only three  jobs in my entire life!”

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