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Buffi Retires from MetLife to Devote Full Time to Christian Ministries

October 5, 2004

Mike Buffi, CAFM, fleet manager for MetLife Auto & Home in Warwick, RI retired from the company on Sept. 30, 2004, to devote his full time to the Christian Ministries, where he has been working at home and aboard for the past 26 years.Buffi will minister locally in Rhode Island with The East Providence Christian Fellowship and internationally with the Fellowship of Church Planters. “I am a blessed man to have worked in such a great job here at MetLife, but I am going to be involved more fully with, what I believe, is something much greater,” he said. Buffi worked for MetLife for 21 years, of which, 15 years were in fleet management, where he managed 700 company vehicles, primarily mid-size sedans.
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