May 16, 1945 – April 7, 2021
He had a love of camping, fishing, antiques, cars and all things “cranky” aka gramophones/phonographs. Not to mention his family who miss him dearly. It’s hard to believe it’s been a year already as I look forward to taking his old Ford for a cruise like we did one year ago only days before his passing (when weather was actually warmer!). He taught me many things but nothing compares to gramophone repairs where he will always be a part of me. As I work full time I am amazed how much work there is and I’m thankful for the time we worked together for me to be the “Next Generation” Gramophone Doctor.