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Jim Schenfield Donates His Work To Habitat Restore


May 2, 2019

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Jim Schenfield displays his wooden toys.

Jim Schenfield is locally known in the Transylvania Habitat for Humanity ReStore as the "clock repairman" but he has other skills. Schenfield is the creator of detailed wooden toy cars and trucks, which he donates to the ReStore and several other locations in town for resale.

Schenfield is a Dayton, Ohio, native who served in the U.S. Air Force for 20 years. He started as a mechanic and advanced to a flight engineer and retired with the rank of master sergeant. His plane was the 4-engine, triple tailed, Constellation, which was a beautiful and complex airplane.

After retirement from th...

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