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ROY MAYNARD t the age of 5, Steve Morriss was hard at work in his father’s butcher shop, sacking eggs, carrying out groceries and greeting customers. In the fifth grade, he had a work permit - in elementary school - and he would stand on soda crates to grind hamburger and slice meat. He learned every aspect of the…

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