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Tina Dettman-Bielefeldt column: 500 clients later, SCORE volunteer retires

8:09 PM, Jun. 12, 2013
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When John McCully retired in 1998, he wanted to use his years of business experience to give back to the community. At that time, SCORE was known as the Service Corp of Retired Executives, and he was intrigued by the opportunity to join other retirees in counseling entrepreneurs.

"I think probably the greatest benefit I saw was that being a counselor allowed me to help others, but also forced me to stay abreast of what was happening in the business world," McCully said. "I learned an awful lot about business practices from fellow counselors."

As he now retires from SCORE, he sees an organization ...

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