02:06PM | 06/24/11
Member Since: 06/24/11
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Please help us if you can. I have a dear friend who has been like a mom to me. She is 82 and just lost her husband who was in a nursing home. She lives on a farm and had to sell her woods to pay his bills and still had to borrow a lot. There was a mini tornado last summer that pushed in the one end of her barn (built in 1875,40x90, oak frame work, hand hewn beams and wooden pins). I know there are companies that buy old barn siding and make hard wood flooring. Can anyone put me in touch with a company who can help us? . . I do have a picture of the barn if you would like to see it. Thank you for your help and may God bless you. Carol Doseck


03:49PM | 06/24/11
Member Since: 06/24/11
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Where is the barn located? In Celina, Ohio.


08:33PM | 08/08/11
Member Since: 07/22/11
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I would ask around locally.


01:41PM | 10/22/11
Member Since: 10/22/11
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Wow, I'm sorry to hear about your situation. That's very heartbreaking. I'm not sure who you could contact, but I hope you find someone to help you guys out. Good luck.


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