Former Minnesota City postmaster another year closer to his goal

Roger Church told the Winona Daily News he wants to follow in his father's footsteps and live to be at least a century-old. Roger is on his way to that milestone. He will celebrate his 90th birthday on Wednesday. He has spent most of his life in southeast Minnesota, where he was the postmaster in Minnesota City for 30 years. Roger's father, George, also held the same position for 40 years.
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Roger Church told the Winona Daily News he wants to follow in his father's footsteps and live to be at least a century-old. Roger is on his way to that milestone. He will celebrate his 90th birthday on Wednesday. He has spent most of his life in southeast Minnesota, where he was the postmaster in Minnesota City for 30 years. Roger's father, George, also held the same position for 40 years.

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