After 60 years in one job, Thief River Falls man finally hangs it up

When Winton Dahlin started working at Forsberg's Inc., Harry Truman was president. Sixty years later the 82-year-old Dahlin has finally decided to walk out of the Thief River Falls machine manufacturer for the last time. In between he earned the respect of a host of co-workers and supervisors who admired a work ethic that was straight off the farm.
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When Winton Dahlin started working at Forsberg's Inc., Harry Truman was president. Sixty years later the 82-year-old Dahlin has finally decided to walk out of the Thief River Falls machine manufacturer for the last time. In between he earned the respect of a host of co-workers and supervisors who admired a work ethic that was straight off the farm.

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