The former general manager of Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber in Fort Worth is suing the company for age discrimination, claiming he was fired at the age of 55 and replaced by a 38-year-old man.
Rhett King worked for Foxworth-Galbraith for 32 years. His lawsuit challenges the company’s contention that he was terminated because ofat the lumber yard he ran. King’s suit accuses the company of violating the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
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