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Dave Grundy
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Shirl and I are still healthy, wealthy and wise.

Well healthy, at least, and comfortably wealthy.

And maybe wise, since we retired 13 years ago.

Saving a ton of money by not going to bars and restaurants like we used to pre pandemic.

How are all of you all doing, health wise and business wise?

Lets keep this site alive and active!

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Dave Grundy
retired in Chelem,Yucatan,Mexico/Hensall,Ontario,Canada
1-519-262-3651 Canada
011-52-1-999-102-2923 Mexico cell
1-226-785-8957 Canada/Mexico home

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Rick Sacks
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Dave, this is the first time in fifty years that we don't have work. We usually have forty jobs on the books to be currently working on. We've been catching up on gift signs for the non profits and doing home maintenance and improvements. Seems the construction trades are busy, but the trickle down from tourism is dead. We have seen a regular increase in businesses closing and vacant storefronts. I'm glad you guys are enjoying it and I hope things down south where you live remain peaceful.

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The SignShop
Mendocino, California

http://www.mendosign.com

Making the simple complicated is commonplace;
making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that's creativity. Charles Mingus

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Alicia B. Jennings
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Pandemic Slamdemic, I'm still at work. Finally slowed down a bit so we could enjoy the summer. The only time I am reminded of the flu bug is when I see people wearing masks at the market etc. Many places still not open all the way. You can't go to church but you can have a "Peaceful Protests" BYOB "Bring Your Own Bat"

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Signs by Alicia Jennings (Mudflap Girl)
Tacoma, WA
Since 1987
Have Lipstick, will travel.

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Bob Kaschak
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Hola Dave!

Doing well up here in the mountains. Summer is jamming along, the pond is hopping with wildlife, and the grand kids are healthy and happy!

Keeping busy with some creative jobs and putting the finishing touches on the new shop.

All is well.

Peace,
Bob

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Bob Kaschak
Artisan Sign And Design
Peru New York

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I be busy with small jobs. Have one large (for me) one and small tasks fill in. Since I work out of a half garage I don't need much to be full. Sure miss the old days and the 'Head meets. Jer/Artworx now at signguy@turlocksigns.com

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Gerald Barlow
Artworx
Turlock, CA

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Don Hulsey
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We are still healthy here so far. I was deemed "nonessential" and had to close the shop for 10 weeks. I got a lot of honey dos done around the house. I reopened June 1 and I am almost caught up on all the projects that had been waiting through the 10 weeks. We are still required to wear masks anytime we are outside of our house.
Glad all of you are still doing OK.

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Don Hulsey
Strokes by DON signs
Utica, KY
270-275-9552
sbdsigns@aol.com


I've always been crazy... but it's kept me from going insane.

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Dan Sawatzky
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Summers are traditionally slow in our shop but we are keeping very busy on our own project - the Hazelnut Inn. It's a big ones we are now four years in with two more to go before we open. It is fun to lavish details on a project with no customer applying the brakes. It is garnering a lot of attention already!

I'm spending lots of time with the grandkids and working on a hot rod project 32 years in the making. It's a hand built from scratch 1910 Overland. We got it running this past week and I got my first test drive. FUN!

Our phone is still ringing but in the last three months it has just been tire kickers without a firm budget to commit. I am seeing a new client this morning with a promising project.... we'll see.

We are being customs at our house concerning COVID and going out only when necessary. The world has definitely changed - at least for the medium term.

-grampa dan

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Dan Sawatzky
Imagination Corporation
Yarrow, British Columbia
dan@imaginationcorporation.com
http://www.imaginationcorporation.com

Being a grampa is one of the the most wonderful things in the world!!!

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Jean Shimp
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Back to full time work now since the first of June. I really enjoyed my time "sheltered in place" at home. I have a remote connection to my office computer so I was still productive, maybe even more so, by working at home. On my down time I decided to learn how to type correctly, which is coming along slowly from my previous one finger method.Also, got back to learning SketchUp but I've had to back off on that since we got so busy. Our employee who we furloughed decided to quit at the worst time. That's OK. I joined the ICAA (Institute of Classical Architecture and Art). I love the craftsmanship found in old buildings and the discipline they had back then to do a job the right way. Watching the videos on their website has renewed my commitment to doing quality craftsmanship in our sign business. I've also found a website with over 3000 educational courses for free from some very prestigious schools. I am currently taking a Harvard class on Neuroscience for fun. It is go at your own pace and am I glad of that! I find it fascinating. With so much new found stuff I don't miss going out much.

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Jean Shimp
Shimp Sign & Design Co.
Jacksonville Beach, Fl

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Duncan Wilkie
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Weve moved home from the storefront. Our lease was up at the right time and we made the jump. Its quite a challenge going from 5000 sq.ft. To less than 1000, but we did it and are still working out the details. We were slammed with COVID-19 related decals, signs and sneeze guards, now the regular flow is re-starting. Im so glad to be home based with a fraction of the overhead.

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Duncan Wilkie
aka signdog
http://www.comsign.ca
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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Wayne Webb
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Ha! Been a long time. I even remembered my password. Business was almost non-existent for us until 3 months after the hurricane, I guess people's roofs were the priority and by then the insurance companies were mailing out checks for signs. In the meantime, I started a new enterprise selling skid steer attachments and did pretty well with that for about a year, then it declined somewhat and the sign business picked up again. Covid19 happened and the sign business died once more but, fortunately, the equipment business roared to life again. Perhaps all the guys off work staying home with their tractors and time on their hands. Now that our summer slowdown is here, I have more time to catch up on some personal projects around the shop. Still kicking.

[ July 24, 2020, 06:37 PM: Message edited by: Wayne Webb ]

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Wayne Webb
Webb Signworks
Chipley, FL
850.638.9329
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Carl Wood
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Folks, the stuff is about gone by now, time to get back to work!

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Carl Wood
Olive Branch, Ms

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I'm not dead yet. The island did real well by shutting down earlier than anyone, but now cases are picking up.

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Felix Marcano
PuertoRicoSigns.Com
Luquillo, PR

Work hard, party like a tourist!

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Michael Clanton
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My biz has 3 parts- screenprinted t-shirts (which Mar-June is peak work) Car shows (which i had 10 shows to do do live art in the spring) and an event photobooth company (had about 10 weddings and events lined up for the spring) All that was shut down in March... so I took a part time job at Home Depot to help pay for the mountain of bills that kept coming in. Some work has started trickling in, a few freelance illustrations, a couple of photobooth events, etc.
My wife is a teacher- she had to learn how to use technology and video conference her lessons.
But we are still kicking.
My youngest son had some fever symptoms and had to be COVID tested- negative, but instead ended up having Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever from some tick bites.

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Michael Clanton
Clanton Graphics/ Blackberry 19 Studio
1933 Blackberry
Conway AR 72034
501-505-6794
clantongraphics@yahoo.com

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Wayne Webb
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Oh WOW! Michael, I hope he has fully recovered.

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Wayne Webb
Webb Signworks
Chipley, FL
850.638.9329
wayne@webbsignworks.com

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Kevin Mann
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Outside of being MIA from the forum forever. Still kicking 🤔

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Kevin Mann
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Sacramento, Ca

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Outside of being MIA from the forum forever. Still kicking 🤔

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Kevin Mann
SignMann
Sacramento, Ca

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Judy Pate
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We are healthy here even though we had a large number of COVID 19 deaths (170) in the beginning. This was due to two funerals and one funeral home having a guest from the Atlanta area who had the virus.
I am with Alicia, business has never slowed down. Been making COVID related signs for the Georgia Department of Health along with lots of vehicle lettering.
Roger has been staying in because of many health issues. Churches, restaurants reopened in June. Construction companies were never closed. Thankfully Governor Kemp opened Georgia back up quickly.
Michael, hope you youngest is on the mend.
Judy

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Judy Pate
Signs By Judy
Albany, Georgia USA
229-435-6824


Live simply...Love generously...Care deeply...Speak kindly...Leave the rest to God.

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Alicia B. Jennings
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Still here slappin' down vinyl and brushin' on paint. No one I know has gotten C19. In my little acre it's "Mask Optional" Yesterday was a blast. I had 3 Sikhs drop off a truck. I was showing them my shop etc. The owner of the truck is a return customer, but his buddies hadn't seen me and my shop. Their English was really bad, but we were able to communicate.

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Signs by Alicia Jennings (Mudflap Girl)
Tacoma, WA
Since 1987
Have Lipstick, will travel.

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Bill Modzel
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I officially retired in Oct 2019 from Britten Banners. In Jan of 2020 I discovered that I had a non-malignant brain tumor which was mostly removed. Left my right side partially impaired but other than that and the fact that I can no longer drive, I'm doing OK.
Trying to resurrect an old Edge at the moment and sell a few decals for something to do and make some spending cash. Doing some oil painting in the winter and fishing in the summer. All in all, life is good and God is faithful.

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Bill Modzel
Mod-Zel screen Printing
Traverse city, MI
modzel@sbcglobal.net

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David Harding
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Maybe Chuck Peterson's Edge has some parts you can use. Of course, you'd have to dumpster dive for it 1500 miles away!

In late July, we went to Wisconsin to visit my 97 year old father and 104 year old stepmother, who only moved into assisted living last year. My dad wasn't feeling well so I took him to the walk in clinic and they sent him to ER. I was with him 9 hours and helped him with everything. The next day, the health department called me to say he had tested positive for Covid.

They told me to wait a few days to get tested to prevent a false negative. After waiting the appropriate time, I couldn't arrange a test in the next few days anywhere within 50 miles. I finally canceled our flight, extended the rent car and we all drove back to Texas.

My daughter arranged testing here and after waiting a week, we got our results--all of us are negative.

My stepmother tested positive and a nurse her family has paid to help her the last couple years is also positive. The nurse's family are all now ill with Covid, and reading between the lines, there's now more cases in the assisted living center. All staff and residents were tested and negative the middle of July. Our feeling is the virus came in from an asymptomatic contact, perhaps visiting medical staff.

My stepmother has been in the hospital four times the last couple weeks and my father has been in almost two weeks, much of the time too weak to even hold his phone. There's been times we didn't think he's survive the day but today, he's quite alert and off the oxygen. They said that if this improvement continues, he may go home the end of the week and back to his exercise routine of walking a quarter mile per day, which he now has to do on his patio. My stepmother is doing quite well also.

It's been a stressful few weeks.

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David Harding
A Sign of Excellence
Carrollton, TX

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Jean, where is this website with over 3000 educational courses for free?

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dennis kiernan
independent artist
san francisco, calif, usa

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Dennis,
www.edx.org

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Jean Shimp
Shimp Sign & Design Co.
Jacksonville Beach, Fl

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For those who ask me: " Have you lived here all your life?" My reply is: " Hell no! I'm not dead yet."

Recently, my daugyhter-in-law sent me some informations on programs whereby you can donate your body for the purpose of medical research. Your remains are then delivered to a University Medical school for use in training future doctors and surgeons. I found some black humour in the approach of one institution. If you donate to the Harvard Medical School, you can get a free t-shirt that says: " I've been accepted at Harvard Medical School" The back reads: " As A Cadaver".

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Ken Henry
Henry & Henry Signs
London, Ontario Canada
(519) 439-1881
e-mail: kjmlhenry@rogers.com

Why do I get all those on-line offers to sell me Viagara, when the only thing hardening is my arteries ?

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A year since my recovery from open heart surgery. Doing great. Laurie and I are home based now. Loving the freedom. Our kids and grandkids are fine, life is good.

[ August 28, 2020, 11:29 PM: Message edited by: Duncan Wilkie ]

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Duncan Wilkie
aka signdog
http://www.comsign.ca
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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Ah ha ha ha I'm stayin' alive, stayin' alive!!!

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Jon Jantz
SnappySign
Walnut Hill, FL

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Ernie & I are doing fine. I probably had Covid the very beginning of March. At that point they only tested if you had been to China oe was hospitalized. Not everyone makes
Anitbodies, Some people who do, they only last as little as 2 months. When the antibody test became readly available, I was tested in Mid-June, 14 weeks after getting sick. Negative.

Sign work was dead for 3months, Which ws fine for us. We are semi-retired, not taking on many NEW clients. Mostly doing vinyl graphics for a school bus company and canoe manufacturer. Cutting CNC parts for a kayak company.
Been doing Bicycle riding (470 miles so far since April)
A little bit of archery and fishing, vegetable gardening (canning season is here).

Diane

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Balch Signs
1045 Raymond Rd
Malta, NY 12020
518 885-9899
signs@balchsigns.com
http://www.balchsigns.com

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Wow, I guess I haven't been here longer than I thought. This topic was started in July and I'm just now seeing it.

Well, Ive been in my new house in Texas for a little over a year now. I check the weather in my old home town and what the Governor of Michigan is doing and I thank the stars I got out of there when I did. Business was almost dead there before the pandemic hit.

My new much smaller shop is finally up. Now for electricity and then to get all the tools out of my garage. I am semi retired now and will concentrate more on woodworking than signs although I kept my golf tee sign customers in Michigan. I'll go up there twice a year to pick up signs that need painting and deliver signs for new sponsors. I still have family there so it will be a nice visit twice a year.

I will do the golf sign thing, maybe some glass work and fun woodworking projects. I kept my CNC as I really enjoy creating models and carving them.Now I'll have the luxury of doing fun stuff when I want instead of having deadlines.

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Dave Sherby
"Sandman"
SherWood Sign & Graphic Design
Argyle TX 76226

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Still alive in Michigan Dave!

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Sam Staffan
Mackinaw Art & Sign
721 S. Nokomis St. Mackinaw City, MI
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I am still vertical!

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Bruce Bowers

DrCAS Custom Lettering and Design
Saint Cloud, Minnesota


"Things work out best for the people who make the best of the way things work out." - Art Linkletter

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We are still alive here on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state. Semi-retired now but still doing a few choice projects as they come my way. Dianne is going thru some serious health issues now...but we are hopeful she gets thru these soon.

Life is still good.....be well all!!!

Jackson Smart

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Jackson Smart
Jackson's Signs
Port Angeles, WA
...."The Straits of Juan De Fuca in my front yard and Olympic National Park in my backyard...

"Living on Earth is expensive...but it does include a free trip around the Sun"

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