Rob Dinsmore, an alumni of the Davis College’s landscape architecture program currently working at Chapman Technical Group in St. Albans, talks to the Charleston Daily Mail about his work on a memorial for the 29 miners killed in the Upper Big Branch coal mine disaster:
“Initially I felt the magnitude of what happened . . . it was a disaster on a national scale. I felt it needed something more prominent,” Dinsmore said.
He sat down at his computer and without a word to anyone started laying down ideas for a monument.
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