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Reply thomas bahle
2:15 PM on March 10, 2019 
frank nice job! the pics of my dads gas station brought back memories. thanks for taking the time to put this all together.
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Reply Cheryl McDaniel
8:02 AM on March 2, 2017 
Great website! I have seen quite a few of these, but there were a great deal I haven't seen! I have an envelope of old pictures from my Grandparents - I love the history of the Village! My Dad, Chuck Wilson, owned the gas station at the corner of Tinkers and Canal before selling it to his brother Bob when he became a Valley View police officer, who in turn sold it to Ray Wiese! I have a few of Wilson Feed Mill back in the day, and a picture of my Grandfather in front of the mill with his milk truck! The good old days I wish I was around for! Great work on the site! So glad that I stumbled across it!
Reply Paul Harris
9:15 PM on March 26, 2015 
Wow, what a great trip down memory lane. I worked for Ray Bahle. I watched the floods take over every spring. I watched the smoke rise from the old freight trains long before it was a tourist trap. My dad build on the north side of Canal Road between Hillside and Tinkers Creek. He called it Thorn Hill as there were so many thorn trees back then that we took down. I cut the Millers grass at Hillside and worked for the Walchers later in my childhood days. My sister put our 56 Chevy in to the canal at Hillside. My dad was a Councilman in the 60's. It was a great place to grow up as a kid. Part of my heart remains in Valley View!
Reply F L. Gosselin
9:37 AM on October 12, 2014 
Thanks for your interest in my site Jeannette. My Grandfather was Frank C Aubrecht who I believe was good friends with your father Casey. I remember seeing some pictures of the old brickyard on canal road when I was doing research a few years back. I think I saw them in old Akron Beacon Journal stories, but I am not sure. If I see them again I will let you know