“Few men were more energetic and diligent in business than George Abel. He was on the job earlier in the morning and later at night than any man in his employ. Hours meant nothing. In the summer when paving activities were at the height, he was up with the sun, taking note of progress that had been made, supervising details, and familiarizing himself with all details. Long after the sun had gone down, he still was at work . . .
George P. Abel, Sr., Constructors Founder (Above Quote: Lincoln Journal Star Article from January 1937)