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Tullock set to retire from service station he's run 43 years in Schenectady

Dick Tullock works on a car at Dick Tullock's Service Station in Schenectady on June 24.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Dick Tullock works on a car at Dick Tullock's Service Station in Schenectady on June 24.
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Before Jeanne Manchester even got close to the door at Tullock’s Service Station, Lauren Tullock-Cleworth had set up a folding chair by the drink cooler, so the longtime customer would have a place to rest. “Hi Jeanne, here’s a chair for ya,” she called, smiling. Manchester walked past the checkout counter with its tubs of Dubble Bubble, Tootsie Pops and Halls Cough Drops for sale, and gratefully sank down in the seat. As she waited ...


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pro-tech
June 30, 2014
7:57 a.m.

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Very nice story, enjoy your retirement you deserve it... The automobile business is very competitive and tough to keep up with the never ending changes. Good for you Dick you made it. A job well done..

JIMOCONNOR
June 30, 2014
8:44 a.m.

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Story captures the essence of TULLOCKS STATION and family perfectly. I've needed, and enjoyed lots of supports in my life, but none was ever given as directly, openly, and seemingly as easily as the counsel and services i received from ALL of TULLOCK'S staff

Enjoy your tomatoes man.....and that CORVAIR

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