Although an avid lifelong DIYer, Jerry C. Forshee didn’t begin serious woodworking until he took his first of many classes at Marc Adams School of Woodworking in 1997. Recently retired after a 44-year career at Indiana University, Bloomington, Forshee now has more time for his hobby. He especially enjoys making furniture for his grandchildren and his favorite charity auctions. Retirement also gives him more time to take and teach a few classes each year at the Marc Adams school, where he continues to develop his skills making furniture in his favorite styles of Shaker and Arts and Crafts.
July 27, 2016
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