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John Wrasse, Instrument Mover
By Tom Hutchinson

I recently had a Reproduco and a Coinola picked up in Atlanta and
delivered to central Missouri by John Wrasse and his son Patrick.
The job could not have been handled more professionally.  I would
highly recommend this team for transport of your instruments.  Their
timing was such that I had them here for lunch and we were joined by
Bob Taylor, who lives just a few miles away.

The three had known each other while Bob still lived in the Chicago
area, before moving to Columbia, MO.  After lunch and reminiscing we
got the instruments unloaded and had it not been for Bob Taylor's
and the Wrasse's expertise I would probably not have that Reproduco
together yet.  So Bob, John, and Patrick: a heartfelt thanks.

By the way, the Reproduco does a fantastic job of playing 88-note
Christmas carols.

Tom Hutchinson


(Message sent Tue 21 Dec 2004, 15:12:33 GMT, from time zone GMT-0600.)

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