A very good taxidermist from Alexandria Mn. passed away a week ago from heart attack, name was Ron Wittrock, any taxidermist in that area that could help his family out he was only 53, and was in the shop when he died. All of us know how tough that could be for his wife and children, any help from any of you in yhe area would be a lifesaver. it would be tough for any of us to suddendly die, where would one start to try to pick up and know where to begin to get customers their things back. any responses i can get back to you jerry nissen
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I'm very sorry for your loss, to answer your question, is that if he was licenced, he should have a log book with a list of clients and numbers at the place of buisiness.
Sorry to hear of this passing. I will pray for this family
Sorry to hear about your loss. I have been a taxidermist for many years. Having worked for some of the biggest shops in the world.
I even had my own shop. I got out of it full time 6 years ago. I am now a licensed electrician. I am able to take off and work for you long enough to get customers work back. I would enjoy the change of scenery for a while. Let me know if I can help or what you need.
are you the same buck that worked for D.I. in Hillsborough ? Where are u living now?