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'The Clock Doc' mends broken timepieces

12:43 AM, Apr. 14, 2013
'The Clock Doc,' Ray Pittier, left, and his wife, Joyce, right, speak with a customer, center, about a clock repair.
'The Clock Doc,' Ray Pittier, left, and his wife, Joyce, right, speak with a customer, center, about a clock repair.
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When central Wisconsin residents need a faltering clock to be revived, "The Clock Doc" - aka Ray Pittier - is ready to operate.

The Wisconsin Rapids resident remembers being fascinated from a young age with taking clocks apart to see what made them tick. At the age of 13, he graduated to taking apart his parents' nonfunctioning wind-up mantel clock. The springs were too tight and "exploded," leaving the would-be craftsman with a scary mess. Fortunately, his parents were gone long enough for him to take several runs at putting the clock back together. To his relief, the piece finally started to ...

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