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  • After 50+ years, he lost his job at the Beaufort Greyhound. Retirement didn’t take.

    Curtis Eldred worked at the Beaufort Greyhound bus station for decades before he lost his job when they closed down in February. Months later, we have checked in on him to see how he is doing.

After 50+ years, he lost his job at the Beaufort Greyhound. Retirement didn’t take.

Curtis Eldred worked at the Beaufort Greyhound bus station for decades before he lost his job when they closed down in February. Months later, we have checked in on him to see how he is doing.
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