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Remember life in the company homes, let's bring it back. You should have seen it in color!
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Life in the Company Homes was good and wholesome. A life built around a shared residence, a shared profession - steelmaking. Social Cohesion reigned. Everyone watched out for each other. The melting pot at its epiphany!
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Eve Heim Hagen
· February 17, 2018
I absolutely love it!!! I lived on Delmar ten years ago, and now I'm back living on Chambers St. It's so quiet and I feel safe. I can just feel the history here. God bless all the volunteers and Tim S...okoloff for all the work they do. Being disabled, I just love it here. See More
Janis Syphard
· January 29, 2016
Although I personally have not been able to volunteer I have heard nothing but wonderful things about this great project for several years. Please keep up the great work for our veterans as well as pr...eserving the history of this very unique area. I can only wish that I could someday have the same dedication and passion that you have. Thank you so much for all you do!! See More
Mary M. Buchenic
· November 10, 2017
Such an important part of our history! Great work!
Kimberly Moffitt Tritt
· May 16, 2017
So glad to hear that the work will continue and the last arch is being finished. I remember living in a couple of these units when raising my boys. It was a real neighborhood with caring neighbors.
Mike Spisak
· March 3, 2015
My father from Campbell or as he call it ' God's County' and every day it was always Memorial going to beat Struthers, and from 1939 -79 Sheet and Tube , Campbell Work and he was proud of living in ...those companies houses See More
Colleen Stubberud Herrington
· April 7, 2014
so proud of what you are doing Tim...good luck and best wishes....
Ron Watson
· January 6, 2016
Great group of people making real difference keep it up
Renee Navarra Wilson
· September 24, 2014
You guys are so awesome thank you so much for your hard work and dedication deeply appreciated
Michael Swiatkwich
February 12, 2012
Kudos to a Community Organization working to save an Endangered National Historical Site.