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ROADS TRAVELED: With death of its stylish owner, Turk's Inn unlikely to stay open

10:37 AM, Apr. 19, 2013
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When a business loses its owner, it's heart and survival also are at risk. Wisconsin lost two gems this winter, and their stories have very different endings.

Marge Gogian's life was all about style. She was a New York City fashion designer for decades, until her father's heart attack in the 1970s, when she moved home to help run the family's restaurant near the Namekagon River and Hayward.

This was no casual, log cabin setting, and it was remarkably out of place for Northwoods Wisconsin. Marge's parents were Armenians, but born in Turkey, and their arranged marriage lasted 53 years. ...

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