I wonder if the hallowed halls of Harvard will ever consider one of their classic 'Business Case' publications that does justice to this man, his vision, his passion, his contributions, ....his durability. After all, re the latter, many of these evolutionary exposés would have had him selling his brand, taking the monetary value of his success and its projection into the future, and smiling from a swinging hammock between a couple of palm trees in a less contentious environment.
I marvel at the man.
He must have a well-developed anatomy for pandiculation and oscitancy.
Like many other septuagenarians, my hobby passion came in an orange/blue box about 73 years ago. (Dad's Lionel around the tree is among my earliest prized memories.)
But, through the subsequent years I've found Mike Wolf's re-birth of the O3R portion of the hobby to be the stuff of admiration and dreams.
Well done, sir!
And I look forward to your continued nurturing of several branches of this wonderful hobby....like MTH Tinplate!