Barry Blanch retired from Norco Rurual Supplies after almost 46 years tomorrow. Catch his story in tomorrow's The Daily Examiner.
Barry Blanch retired from Norco Rurual Supplies after almost 46 years tomorrow. Catch his story in tomorrow's The Daily Examiner. Adam Hourigan

Barry Blanch retires after almost 46 years

ONE of the Clarence Valley's longest serving employees, Barry Blanch, reckons it's time to call it quits after more than 45 years in the same job.

Described by his boss as the kind of bloke that gets things done, Mr Blanch will retire from the Norco Rural Store in Grafton at close of business tomorrow.

We catch up with Mr Blanch in tomorrow's The Daily Examiner.



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