Greengate Mall Revisited

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Arron
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Brian E. Smith
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Charlene Buterbaugh Hettler
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68 years old

GiftTrek
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I owned a store in the Greengate mall from November of 1995 until February of 1997. That store was named Gift Trek "Unique Star Trek Gifts and Collectibles" While we were there, we met many people from the community and made some enduring friends.

Gift Trek was located on the main level near the food court.

Since leaving the mall, Gift Trek has continued on the internet. We are at www.gifttrek.net. From our beginnings at the mall we have grown to have customers in all 50 of the United Staes and in 12 international territories and countries. Gift Trek is still a very small business and I still run it my self.

While I have lost much more of my vision, I have not lost my love for Star Trek nor my drive to improve my business.



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



Maria DelGross-Shenault
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Nina and Len
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bck442
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 Original  "Mall Rat"  from 1972 - 1976



captjack
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Firefighter Paramedic, Married 34 years, 4 children 5 grandchildren



cheryl hrubes
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thuncat
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48 years old
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Chuck
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61 years old

Daniel Haines
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Dar
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Darlene Miller
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Ethel Hamilton
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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. 


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