Greengate Mall Revisited

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Arron
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Brian E. Smith
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Darlene Miller
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Fran
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I was a security guard (Greengate Police) for a number of years at Greengate Mall. It was around the 1980's. I still have my badge, uniform patches, and ID card. I got to guard the miniature White House, I'll have to look for the pictures. I had a great time working at Greengate Mall and met a lot of wonderful people. 



Jen
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KevinD
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I work as a Mall Gaurd there in the mid 90's.



Maria DelGross-Shenault
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PenelopeNightingale
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Ralph Ofchinick
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I worked at the mall and I was known as L3. 



Rick Kistner
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Terri Frund
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52 years old
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christopher sarracino
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greengatemallrevisited
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pam
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58 years old

[email protected]
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psmal1952
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Charlene Buterbaugh Hettler
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68 years old

Chunk
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43 years old
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I'm an old punk dude who remembers when Greengate had an A&P and Monkey Wards was inside by the pet store.Love that place.



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