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Worker of wooden wonders

At 77, Charlie Pearson says he’s the oldest cabinet maker in Warren County. He’s been in business nearly 40 years, having sold his first woodworking piece, a dining room table, around 1974.
“I still do this because I like it more than anything else,” said Pearson. “I like it more than playing golf. I enjoy getting in here everyday, although I mainly just work in the mornings nowadays. The older you get, the harder it is to work. My problem is my mind is still as active as it was when I was younger. I want to do ...


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