Sunday, July 24, 2011
As a young apprentice in a boat painting shop he created an invention to crush the dye used in making the paints.
He was a master carpenter and wood worker who built door fittings, carved mantle pieces and various pieces of furniture still found in the old homes around Auburn, New York.
Not only was he a wise leader, but he built homes cities. An amazing man that I thought I would share a bit about with you.