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  • 58-year-old CSU janitor reflects on finally receiving college degree

    Gary Freeman finally received his college degree this past weekend after attending classes for the past eight years. Freeman has worked as a janitor for Columbus State University for the past nine years and said it was "awesome" and "wonderful" to compete his goal.

Gary Freeman finally received his college degree this past weekend after attending classes for the past eight years. Freeman has worked as a janitor for Columbus State University for the past nine years and said it was "awesome" and "wonderful" to compete his goal. Chuck Williams chwilliams@ledger-enquirer.com
Gary Freeman finally received his college degree this past weekend after attending classes for the past eight years. Freeman has worked as a janitor for Columbus State University for the past nine years and said it was "awesome" and "wonderful" to compete his goal. Chuck Williams chwilliams@ledger-enquirer.com

58-year-old janitor cleans CSU Friday night then walks across stage with degree next day

May 16, 2017 10:05 AM