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Glass company's history

Well,it is another year has started ,as I look back over the years ,working with my father from the age of 18 to 30 .Those years were great,I learned,but growing up in the glass industry was fun,when I was little and another boy in the neighborhood broke a glass in some other house they would call my father for the deal.Ofcourse my dad very seldom charged them,unless it was to big of a job to give away.Then I was the childhood hero.My Dad was the best,a WW- 2 veteran and being born in 1924,man the things he saw and went through,my hero.He came from a full blooded polish family that came to America via Ellis Island.My mom full blooded Italian,again family came to America via Ellis Island,New York City.
 Now I have my family and I have my son in training and of  course he is getting the super school of hard knocks.I talk his ear off during the day with stories about his grandpa and how we learned the trade ,and what we can do to make things better..Make sure our customers know we are doing the best we can for them.I will continue to make my customers happy,please call and make an appointment and we will make your project # 1 .
  Thank You
Martin Jasniewski Sr.
Martin's Glass & Mirror

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