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Gas station owner keeps golden-age tradition going

9:21 PM, Apr. 15, 2013
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Not many people get to do what they like every day, let alone for 50 years.

Quirin "Junior" Swetlik, 76, owner of Swetlik Citgo Service & Towing, suffered a stroke Feb. 20, which nearly ended his passion for customer service at his gas station and mechanic shop. The stroke may have affected his health but not his drive to work.

"It's terrible," Swetlik said. "I just love to work." ...

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