The Story Behind The Name
Nestled in our serene countryside, the brick farmhouse has always been an enduring symbol. Built from bricks that once belonged to the farm's masonry business, it stands as an iconic presence on our dusty country road.
This house became the cherished home of Dwight's grandmother, Evelyn, after her husband Percy's tragic accident. It's also where Dwight, her grandson, developed his love for farming, working alongside his grandma and grandpa, Jack, who had lost his wife, Marie.
Evelyn lived a remarkable 99 and three-quarter years, savoring every moment. Today, our family resides next door, having built a new house years ago. Still, the vacant brick farmhouse remains a silent testament to our history and a reminder of those who shaped our family.
Our farm bears its name in tribute to this iconic structure. Our dream is to one day restore the brick house to its former glory. It's not just a building; it's a visual representation of our roots and the people who made this place home.
The brick house is our past, present, and future—a timeless connection to our family's journey and the enduring legacy of those who called it home.