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Humans of the High Plains - George Tempel

2017-07-10 20:22:14

George Tempel, who is a resident at the Weisbrod ECU, had a wonderful outing to watch this season’s wheat harvest.  Kelly Darnell and Brandy Turcotte, who work at Weisbrod ECU as the Activities Director and Social Service Director, said George was elated to see the combine and tractor at work.  George is owner of Tempel Grain Company, and has missed seeing harvest since he moved into the ECU. George Tempel Watching HarvestKelly Darnell, George Tempel and Brandy Turcotte
Photo Credit Casey Sheridan.  A special thank you to Chad Rouse, who slowed down his operation long enough for George to have a good look and a memory to last a life time, and Kelly Darnell for sending the information into the Indy.
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