CLAYTON — Tuesday afternoons are usually when Nancy R. Humphrey golfs. But she was still home a little after 4 p.m. on July 19 because that day’s tournament didn’t start until an hour later and the Clayton Country Club is only about a quarter mile from the home she shares with her husband, Larry D. Deshaw.
They were watching CNN. She was on the couch. He was in his recliner.
“All of a sudden I was seeing double. The room started spinning,” said Mr. Deshaw, 78. “I hollered Nancy’s name twice. I knew I had something going on. That was the last I could speak.”
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DC Builders of Watertown is making tremendous progress on TI-Rescue’s new home on Graves Street in Clayton. Metal siding is being placed and the interior walls for area rooms are up. The siding panels are being placed now and soon the metal roof will added on all of the living and administrative areas then the garage structure. Our team is enthusiastic about the progress and being in a new modern structure!
Even the Amish are assisting in TI-Rescue’s Building Project! The Hochstetler Family on County Route 54 in Depauville have donated a shed to TI-Rescue. The 8′ x 12′ shed will be placed on the Graves street property to house yard machinery and landscaping tools when the building is complete. This project has significant community importance that even the Amish understand the need of a new home for their local rescue squad.
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