Welcome to my HOME PAGE. My name is Gabe Correa, I live and worked in Tennessee, USA. I worked for Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company for 35 years. I'm retired now from Goodyear, and now have a computer business that I love. Build custom computers, and repair them.
While I was at Goodyear I worked in the storeroom at the plant. All parts, and supplies are ordered thru the storeroom. I used a computer to process the orders in my work station. I have a lovely wife name Judy, and we have been married for 37 years now. She's a LPN, and works for a doctor. I have two grown children, named Christy and Greg. My family and I are Christian's. We all have accepted Christ as our Savior.
That doesn't mean I'm perfect. That means I acknowledge that Jesus is the Son of God and I claim Him as my Lord and Savior. That He forgave me of my sins and He took my place on calvary.
If we meet and you forget me, you have lost nothing, but if you meet Jesus Christ and forget Him, you have lost everything!
Here's a page that I made for those who want to be saved, and become the sons and daughters of the living God! Just click on the button >>
My favorite past time is to watch and support the University of Tennessee Football Team.
Here's a little article about Smokey's Trail:
[Smokey's Trail was design by Gabe Correa for the purpose of real Tennessee Vol fans that want to get the most information about their beloved Vols in one web site.
It started in his home town of Union City, Tennessee, and it took off in 1997 when Peyton Manning played his last year as a Vol. His love for the University of Tennessee grew from that point, and is now one of the stand alone web sites with well over 300 pages. He's a webmaster, computer technician, and has a computer license, and runs his own computer business [GEC Custom Computers]. He has over 18 years of experience.]
I have a computer, and a web site mainly because of one man, his name is Willis Hicks. Willis is a dear friend and a co-worker at the plant while I was there. Willis was working on computers when they just had dos; before Bill Gates came up with windows 3.1.
For the knowledge I gained from him I give thanks and appreciation.