He glances through the chain-link fence at hulking, dark buildings and weeds
growing tall in pavement cracks. the chilling scene on a gray November day makes John
Wargo sigh with sadness.
He remembers when the parking lots were packed-with workers’ cars and freshly
assembled vehicles waiting to be sent from the Lorian Ford Assembly Plant to market.
“We were working double shifts and making 58 cars an hour. Thunderbirds and
Cougars, “ Said Wargo, 70, a retied Ford Motor co. Worker who put in 40 years, mostly
has a maintenance electrician. “I feel sorry for the younger generation, because they won’t
see what really happened there.”