Help Jögge save his his father’s craft heritage
Since Wille Sundqvist passed away in 2018, I have from time to time talked with Jogge about his tools – what will happen to them, etc. It’s a long story but right now the pressing part is that there is an auction in a few days. Ty Thornock has set up a GoFundMe page with the idea that we’ll help Jogge get these tools so he can then do with them what he sees fit. Time is of the essence – if you can help Jogge preserve his father’s incredible legacy, follow the link below. thank you very much
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Donated, Thanks. Michael O’Brien
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Sounds like there may be some complex family dynamics at play here, if the tools aren’t coming to Jogge through inheritance. Do you know anything about what’s going on?
Not much, and not for public consumption. The gist of it is that now is the time we can help out.
Jogge is clearly the best person to handle this part of Wille’s Legacy. Thanks for telling us (your readers) about it so we can help make that happen.
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