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Moments in Time: Dennis Oostdik
Dennis Oostdik. To order this photo, click here. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - It's not always 2016 on Skinner Hollow Road. You might find an artifact or two, and the resident who's been on his 300-acre property since the mid-1970s may be donning a linen shirt and breech cloth and talking fur trade. What was once the land of an old Native American trail now sits the home of Dennis Oostdik, a man who raised his family, built his own business and hung on to the core values and concepts of the past.