Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Earthquake Commeration

A participant in the 10th anniversary takes the day off from work to attend the 100th anniversary festivities. He was three years old when the quake hit: from the SF Chronic--"Herb Hamrol, 103, has a shorter trip. He's still working two days a week stocking shelves at Andronico's, an upscale supermarket in San Francisco.
"I enjoy what I do," said the centenarian, who introduced himself with a firm handshake on a recent Thursday morning. His tie is perfectly knotted, his green apron crisp.
Hamrol has a job that requires the stamina of someone, say, 70 years younger. It's a second career for Hamrol, who retired as a grocer in 1967, when he was in his 60s."

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