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“Just an old farmer and carpenter”

  Sadly, we have learned of the passing of one of our great members, Norman H Bangerter. His contributions to our industry date back to a time many of us may not remember (1963), but the legacy he has left … Continue reading

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Life’s too short to fold fitted sheets…

Just the other day I was invited to participate in a presentation by Neuroworx. They are a physical therapy facility that among other things provides care for the less fortunate. One of their board members felt our commitment to charities … Continue reading

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Should same-sex couples be allowed the same rights as married couples?

Whether we want to participate or not, we find ourselves engaged in innocent conversations of a deeply rooted emotional debate, which is seeking societal answers to questions of equality for all of our citizens.  Should same-sex couples be allowed the … Continue reading

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It is only our heritage…

As my brother-in-law was recovering from major surgery, I often sat with family and friends in the hospital waiting room.  On one particular evening I was fortunate to sit with Francis’ father, Tony.  We sat and shared small talk at … Continue reading

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Brings back wonderful memories…

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I couldn’t do it without you!

Perhaps life is sometimes going so fast we lose track of what is meaningful or important.  I have been spending time with my brother-in-law, Hugh Dearden, as he deals with a life ending disease.  And while the pain of my … Continue reading

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