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Longtime lumberyard stalwart hangs up bolt counter after 44 yrs.

July 1, 2011

Rose Hunter retires after 44 years.

COLUMBIA CITY — For 44 years Rose Hunter has been working with nuts and bolts up to her ears.
Thursday she gave up all of the inventory when she officially retired from Morsches Builders Mart.
“I worked with three generations of the Morsches family. There was Paul Senior, Paul Junior, his brother Bob and now Franz,” Hunter said.
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