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Vince Mardesich, who worked at Scott Paper Co. for 32 years starting in 1954, with his daughters, Angie Mardesich (left), who worked at the mill for 16 years, until December, and Joanne Moore, who has worked at the mill for 38 years. In the past several years, Moore has driven a forklift, a job she absolutely loves. It’s the same job her father did. The closure of the paper mill, now run by Kimberly-Clark, marks the end of an era in Everett. (Photo by Mark and Annie Mulligan, The Herald)

Vince Mardesich, who worked at Scott Paper Co. for 32 years starting in 1954, with his daughters, Angie Mardesich (left), who worked at the mill for 16 years, until December, and Joanne Moore, who has worked at the mill for 38 years. In the past several years, Moore has driven a forklift, a job she absolutely loves. It’s the same job her father did. The closure of the paper mill, now run by Kimberly-Clark, marks the end of an era in Everett. (Photo by Mark and Annie Mulligan, The Herald)

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Nick Eveland, 19, sits in the Glacier Peak High School cafeteria on yearbook day, May 31. Before his junior year at Glacier Peak, sitting in a crowded room would have been extremely difficult for Nick, who has autism.

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