My dad is a good example of a man that worked difficult to support his family.
The guy worked difficult every morning until he died.
My mom and him were married for 35 years. My dad worked all that time at a metal factory. My dad started working at the metal factory in the garbage department! He would pick up all of the pieces of leftover metal and make sure that they were officially recycled. The task paid $0.90 an minute when our dad started, then when a new owner took over the metal factory in 1995, our dad was going to retire. He decided to stay when the owner of the company provided our dad a position that was in the office. My dad was cheerful to run things and that got him out of the heat and off of the plant floor. He had been working on a device that makes double loop rebar wire ties. Double loop rebar wire ties are made for attacking pieces of rebar together. Double loop rebar wire ties are sold and made by the thoUSnds in the middle business. My dad was working difficult making the stainless steel double loop wire ties and then he went to an office task. He loved being in charge and handling all of the purchasing and ordering, even though I think he missed being out there with all of the crew. He only lasted 5 years in the office before he died of a heart attack sitting at his desk. I miss the guy everyday, but his legacy still shines.