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Discover Western Prince William November 2018
4
Garage
10x14 Quaker New England Shed with
Heritage Doors & Windows
10%-30%
OFF
In-Stock
Lawn
Furniture
540-788-4919
Rent-to-own Available
www.bylerbuildings.com
From Manassas City
Limits Sign, Rt. 28 to
Stop Light in Catlett -
Approx. 9 mi
Across from
The Fauquier Bank
Hours: M-F 9-5, Sat 9-3
12 x 20 Shelter Shed
and Tack Room
Dog Cabin
STORAGE FOR FALL & WINTER
STORAGE FOR
FALL
&
WINTER
FREE DELIVERY
OF SHEDS AND SWING SETS WITHIN 50 MILES
(with a $1,200 minimum order)
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Amish-Built Storage Buildings G arden Sheds P ool Houses
Animal Shelters P layhouses S wing Sets Lawn Furniture
Affordable Storage
10% OFF
All in-stock
Chicken Coops
Authorized Dealer
Maple Syrup, Mom's Fruitcake, Jams, Jellies (also available sugar free), Relishes,
Molasses, Pop's Bees all natural wildfl ower raw honey from Remington VA, and more.
Byler Buildings in Catlett, VA
(Across from The Fauquier Bank)
Great Holiday
Gifts...
Great Holiday
Gifts...
Lignetics
WOOD
PELLETS
$
239
/ton
thru
11/30/18
Remembering
John Myhre, Owner
of American
Truck & Trailer
On November 1, 2018, business owner
John Myhre passed away suddenly at
the age of 54. John is survived by his
wife and business partner, Cindy, and his
two grown children, Johnny and Jenna.
John and Cindy shared 28 wonderful
years together. The couple epitomized
the American Dream by starting a truck
accessories and trailer repair business
called American Truck and Trailer, which
has thrived for the past 25 years. As you
may have read in past articles about John
and Cindy, it was grit, ingenuity, and humor
that got their business to the other side
of the Great Recession. John lived a life
of selfless giving, and was known for his
tireless devotion to his customers and his
deep, abiding love for his family.
Cindy says that her favorite time with
John was "all the time," whether he was
checking in on her at work or making her
laugh on their nightly walks through the
neighborhood. "John made me laugh all
day, every day," Cindy says. She shares
that he had a nickname for everyone--
hers was "Dear," but when he'd toss her
a York Peppermint Pattie at work, it was
a friendly, `Here you go, Kid.'"
John's love for his children showed in
the way he made time for them. His son
Johnny and his friends loved to play cards
with John--probably because he was easy
to laugh with. Some of those friends even
came to work for John at American Truck
and Trailer. His daughter Jenna always kept
different kinds of animals as a child, and
John would build houses for her rabbits,
who loved to multiply despite his efforts
to separate them with ever more "bunny
condos" (we can imagine lots of laughter
in the Myhre house over that story).
John's life is a reminder that practicing
love and humor ensures our loved ones
are left with joyful memories. If you would
like to honor John's memory, please
consider making a donation in his name
to the Fauquier SPCA or to Warrenton
Methodist Church.
~ Caitlin Scott