With her husband Lou working at the Dayton Boys & Girls Club, Theola says her sons “benefited greatly from owning and operating their routes.”
And their jobs ensured unblemished delivery for her seven days a week.
“I like the whole paper. I enjoy reading the paper every morning” she said.
Notes her son, Philip: “She saves the sports section for me every day. Sometimes she calls me when she’s stumped on the word scrambles.”
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