Worker, union member, syndicate activist in strikes, communist, WW2
antifascist and partisan, fighter for social justice, connected with
cement factory, from apprentice in cooperage for cement packing, in
cement rotary kiln, in devil division in marl excavation mine, in pump
maintenance in mine shaft, finishing as foreman, read many books (both
political and more fictional), was gifted for drawing, liked movies.
He liked building and construction, constantly worked on his inherited
family house, enlarging and putting new additions, enjoyed to work
with new material of his factory, respected stones, but preferred more
stronger material - reinforced concrete.
For design of his tomb, I had all that in mind. I felt the stone wall
behind as a symbol of past times (old society) was to be broken with
concrete star volume eruption (struggle for the new society, for better
life). On flat top surface, there is only small vase for the bunch
of (should be) red carnations.