Jack Lemley holds a framed copy of Fortune Magazine showing his younger self in 1990 during the construction of the famous Channel Tunnel, which connects England and France beneath the English Channel.  A heavy-construction legend, Lemley started his career at age 15, working for the Idaho Transportation Department in Coeur d’Alene.. He retired last year and lives in the Boise Foothills.
Jack Lemley holds a framed copy of Fortune Magazine showing his younger self in 1990 during the construction of the famous Channel Tunnel, which connects England and France beneath the English Channel. A heavy-construction legend, Lemley started his career at age 15, working for the Idaho Transportation Department in Coeur d’Alene.. He retired last year and lives in the Boise Foothills. doswald@idahostatesman.com
Jack Lemley holds a framed copy of Fortune Magazine showing his younger self in 1990 during the construction of the famous Channel Tunnel, which connects England and France beneath the English Channel. A heavy-construction legend, Lemley started his career at age 15, working for the Idaho Transportation Department in Coeur d’Alene.. He retired last year and lives in the Boise Foothills. doswald@idahostatesman.com

Boise’s Jack Lemley, who rescued the Chunnel, looks back on a just-finished career

September 17, 2013 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 21, 2015 02:24 PM

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