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springfield, IlUnited States

Member Since Mar 2009

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HGTV sorry to bother you, but I have a question or a favor from you.
I leave on a missing trip to the Osage Indian reservation on July 13th and my wife just received bad news about the surgery that her cancer might be coming back after 4 years (not good news at all – we will find out for sure on July 10, 2012) She would love to have our kitchen remolded and I would love to have it done while I am out doing mission work. The home is over 100 years old and no cabinet space and the floor plan really bits. I have 3 doorways going into the kitchen that really makes it hard to plan out cabinet space. The sub floor supports are 24” apart making the floor uneven and the weight of the house keeps splitting the support beams, so I put jacks in place to keep the house from falling in. We could use your help. So if you’re ever in Springfield Illinois my wife or I could see you at lows and you could pick us for the kitchen makeover. Sorry, I know that would not be far. However, would you be coming to Illinois any time soon?
Thanks and have a great day. Ed from Springfield Illinois

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