John Faulconer bagged his first groceries when he was 15 years old. He worked for Lee Sparks in his Kentucky Food Market at the corner of Main and Pike streets where the new Chamber office is today.
Now, thousands of bags of groceries later, Faulconer is retiring.
All totaled, Faulconer spent 37 years in the grocery business, with a few hitches in between.
Faulconer graduated from Harrison County High School in 1965 and went to Eastern Kentucky University for about a year and half before being drafted into the Army.
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