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Going to Work at a Job He Loves

In the grand scheme of things, most people decide to work during their adult life at something, whether it’s indoor or outdoor, and after a number of years, retire.
That works for most, but not all, including Bill Roewe, now 92, president of Missouri Pipe Fittings Co., who continues to work four days a week.

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More Than a ‘Knack’ for Selling Cars Keeps Woman Busy

It takes more than just a “knack” for selling cars to stay in the business.

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Changes Made to Diocesan College of Consultors

Bishop Edward K. Braxton announced changes to the Diocesan College of Consultors March 6.

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A Few Hearing Loss Strategies for Seniors

It’s likely someone you know – a partner, parent, colleague or friend – has experienced hearing loss. In fact, by 2020, more than 44 million U.S. adults ages 20 and older will have “clinically meaningful” hearing loss – and that’s expected to nearly double by 2060, according to new findings published Thursday in JAMA Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery.

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Olivia Heinzman reads The Messenger

Olivia made friends with the Messenger a couple of years ago. “Every day I read parts of it; I let myself have 30 minutes every day just to read a section so that next week when it comes, I will be done with that and I can start over. My favorite part is what the kids talk about.”

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