Fathers 2019: Man of Character

Our dad, Jacob J. Maurer, loved life and talking to people. Growing up, he seemed to know everyone. He had a Sinclair station at the corner of Main and Goodwin streets in the early fifties, and then worked in the oil field industry until he retired. Daddy worked hard to provide for his wife and four children and never complained. It’s been 29 years since he’s died, and we still miss his advice and just talking to him. Submitted by daughters Diane Maurer Heller & Vivian Maurer Mozisek

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