NCWA membership was saddened by the loss of Roy Little. Roy was ill for some time and died while in the hospital. The popular Sedro Woolley woodworker was active in NCWA activities for several years and taught classes in shop layout. Roy’s life in a wheelchair did not discourage him from woodworking tasks and he became quite adept at adapting his machines and their floor locations to his own use. His ingenuity and sense of humor will be missed.
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Abraham Lincoln (1809 - 1865)