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There is no other movement. No voices. No hum of computers. Next Friday, Gadway will shut off the lights for the last time in empty buildings once occupied by St. Cloud's largest employer. He'll finish nearly four years as local facilities manager for the now-liquidated catalog retailer and its parent company, Federated Department Stores Inc. Gadway, 56, of Sauk Rapids, vividly remembers Federated's announcement last Jan. I've got to get on with life.
Cloud workers Fingerhut had in mid-January. The credit workers will wrap up tasks for Federated in January.
Twenty finance and human resources workers in Plymouth will fall to about 10 by December. Former Fingerhut workers make up most of the employees hired in St. Cloud and Monticello by CompuCredit. The company bought Fingerhut's collections work and moved into one of the seven buildings on Fingerhut's McLeland Road campus in St. That campus and a west St. Cloud distribution center were among the properties acquired this year by Fingerhut legend Ted Deikel and St. Cloud native Tom Petters. The deal closed Nov. Deikel and Petters are using the distribution center and company store, but have not disclosed plans for other buildings.
Gadway's job is to help the ownership transition at the 1. He once managed those sites with a staff of All but one were gone by the end of July.
Since mid-October, he has done the job alone, working with contractors. He has helped CompuCredit move, arranged for new electrical and gas meters on leased buildings, found leaseholders who have to take back fax and copy machines. A cell phone and pickup truck help. Contracted security guards will remain after he is gone.
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