Saying 'goodbye' after four decades
It was just after the summer of '69. Eldon Brasel had returned from active duty service in the Army Reserves when his father told him of a potential opening at Tesch Lumber.
Known as a hardworking farm kid, Brasel was hired. He hasn't looked back since - until maybe now, as he approaches his retirement.
Brasel was with the company in 1971 when it was purchased by Crane Johnson Lumber - the name it still goes by today.
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