My father, Jim Hobbs, had character and he was a character. He did not express his emotions well, but he felt deeply and you always knew that he would be there when you needed him. He had no tolerance for bullies, liars, or hypocrites, and no use for the lazy man. He worked hard and lived simply - protective of those he loved at whatever cost was required of him. My dad gave up his life for us in the mines. This Project bears witness to that life, and to the cost borne by the workers of the McIntyre Powder experiment and their families.
in love and solidarity, Janice (Hobbs) Martell
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