I married my first wife Charlotte in August 1974 and by March of 1978 my first son Tony was born. Many things have changed since then, Charlotte and I divorced.
I met Cindy and married her in December 2014 after spending over 16 years together.
He listened patiently to my problem and brought out a book of the Sheboygan Falls township rules.
The rules stated if the building was 2500 square feet or under I could stay in the building and be considered the night watchman.
He agreed to pour the concrete because that was too large for me to handle.
I found a plumber to do the septic work but that would let me dig all the sewer pipes in under the floor and lead them in myself while he installed the tank and laterals.
I bought my kitchen cabinets and installed them along with the Sear’s appliances and was ready to go. Later in the early 90’s we remodeled it to better suit us.
Eventually he gave in and by the time I was a senior in high school I had fixed it up and was driving it all over the place.
I got to drive the Modal A over the next row and instantly fell in love with that car.
The next summer I bought a Bridgeport milling machine and started to make my overhead valve conversion for my Model “A” Ford and also work on that Model A I had gotten from my father.
My evenings were spent roughing stamping dies in my father's garage for a Tool & Die company owned by Ernst Dieter Albsmeier.