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Nominated twice, Casey is a local repairman who volunteers his time during the holiday season by playing Santa Claus at day care centers, schools and community Christmas events.
The guitar is being sold by Larry Cragg, who was Dylan’s guitar repairman when Cragg bought it from him in 1977.
Rising 20 stories, the building’s facade features massive sandstone figure reliefs representing telephone company workers, such as a lineman, operator and a repairman.
Smith, a 30-year-old repairman, told The Washington Post.
The program relies on contractors such as plumbers and air-conditioning repairmen to broker loans.
Wigdor contacted the police, which led, about two weeks later, to the arrest of Joseph Amico, a computer repairman, in Las Vegas.
At first, the blaring radio in a repairman’s white van on her side of the street was only a disruption.
The son of an immigrant shoe repairman from Sicily, Massimino took over the Villanova program in 1973 and carried it into the mighty Big East of the 1980s on the promise that a recruit would always be loved like a family member.
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