Nick Rivas – Felt like brothers; help each other out. There wasn't a single one in our crowd that we hated each other. We always try to help each other out. That's what made it more easier for us to work. That same feeling for A.J., my brother, and John and A.J. They just like one of the family to us. They don't ever change. We were that close. We are that close. You know, we grow'd up to be a man right there at O'Brien's. That old man, up to this day, I still miss him. And I loved him just like I did my daddy; Old Man O'Brien. He was one fine fella. Well, he raised us. As a matter of fact, well, he finished raising my daddy and then moved to Quincy, worked all his life there. And then we come along, and Mr. O'Brien just, you know, took us over. And up to this day, everything I know, my daddy and Mr. O'Brien taught me. I raised my family right there. But, he was out there with us. He worked right along with us. He was just like another hired hand. He seen hard days like we did and he enjoyed it, too. And back then, he was there with us all the time, every day. And he took care of us, too. Sickness…
E.J. Garza - Sickness.
Nick Rivas - Anything we needed.
E.J. Garza - Anything.
Nick Rivas – For the family…he was right there to help us. We were well protected because he depends on us. The main thing he wanted for us to do - respect. And he always told me, see, "If you ain't got respect for anybody, you ain't nobody."