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By Kendall Sparks
KPA News Service
Glenn Thornberry is, once again, thinking nothing of the milestone he hit March 13 — his 105th birthday.
He’s fairly understated about the whole affair. “It’s a whole lot of years,” he said.
Thornberry was in the grocery store business as a young man and ran his first grocery store with his family in downtown Winchester. He was also in the banking and grocery business in Olive Hill for a few years and has served as president of Kentucky Food Stores and of Thornberry’s Markets, Inc.
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