Mr. Hadley was the consummate professional with a passion for history. Under his short tenure the museum had reinvented itself and had become an inspiring, educational destination for visitors and residents alike. A place where young people were encouraged to experience the past hands on and learn from it. I wish Mr. Hadley well and can only say this is a huge loss for the community as well as a disturbing trend of the past few years. Angels seems to lose (or eliminates) many quality administrators.
I agree with you.
Why was he removed? He turned the museum around it was before he started a really run down the large steam tractor out front was a eye sore.
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