You're delusional and insane<quoted text> My father started Lake Odessa Auto Parts with Clyde Shoemaker in the 1930s; Clyde had sold some items and accumuated $1500.00; he met my father one day in the restaurant and asked him what he might do with the money to make a living; my father responded with the suggestion that they purchase a lot which was available in Lake Odessa for $200.00, and use the remaining $1300.00 to purchase auto parts;my father later returned to Grand Rapids to help my uncle who was in the bottle business; he took as his share of Lake Odessa Auto Parts a load of motor blocks and a 1928 Studebaker which had a top speed of 28 miles per hour.
Roger Plafkin-Plafkin Brothers-Grand Rapids Bolt and Nut Company.
#21 Jul 31, 2013
#22 Jul 31, 2013
You are right in your assessment of what happens to victims in the Kent County Michigan Probate Court; the judges use the mental health system to impose guardianships which in turn drain the estates and take away the rights of those whom they were supposed to protect. If you want to see what happened in our particular situation, read: www.grandrapidsboltandnutco.com and click on "Brenners"; take a look at the advertisements which are being run under the Dixie Pavilion by guardians of our estate which we were forced to accept by Probate Judge-Dale Stoppels; that is our inventory being sold Sunday through Thursday by the guardians who told us that if we gave them a problem, we would be put away. The telephone number on the ads in not ours. The guardians had free access to all of our locations, and the inventories which we owned; when they got through liquidating everything as far as inventories were concerned, they then sold the Wayland property to Jack Goodale who owns most of the oil leases in the Wayland area for $67,500; I had to beg James M MacLachlan, who now works with R.W. Baird, not to sell the Wayland property-why?; I said that the back 66 1/2 acres leading up to the Penn Railroad would make an excellent mobile home park so that our children would benefit; James M MacLachlan said that no one would ever move to Wayland in a mobile home or a modular home. We also believe that James M. MacLachlan,who was with the Michigan National Bank at that time, was instrumental in making sure that Jack Goodale who took advantage of a Jewish family who was being exploited by a corrupt Probate Court and judge, could walk off with their property. We also believe that James M. MacLachlan was instrumental in maneuvering the Grand Rapids Bolt and Nut Company in favor of Gus and Gordon VanderMeulen from Steelcase. I worked with my mother since the 1930s when we only had a second hand store; if she had not kept things going during World War Two, there would have been no Plafkin Brothers or the Grand Rapids Bolt and Nut Company.
Roger Plafkin-Plafkin Brothers-Grand Rapids Bolt and Nut Company
#23 Aug 1, 2013
It's not just you wife who is suffering from dementia. Of course Dr. Phillip Gorelick isn't going to see her. He doesn't to get sued by you and your family, that is if there is a lawyer in West Michigan who would dare take your case. Lawyers don't like lunatic clients either.
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