Greengate Mall Revisited

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Brian E. Smith
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Chuck
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Very interested in abandoned malls and history

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Worked and ran Jernigan's Tobacco Village from 86-93



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Mayor Stahlberg
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I was an original merchant in Greengate Mall, and I was one of the last to leave. 

I was president of the Greengate Mall Merchant's Association for 25 years.

Harry Overly and I were business partners and best friends.

There will never again be a mall like Greengate.  We were like family - all of the merchants and the people who worked there, plus the loyal customers.



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