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Milford man reflects on multiple careers as he turns 100

By Matt McDonald
Posted 3/3/23

Throughout his life, Douglas Gibson of Milford has continued to try new things.

On the way to his 100th birthday, which he celebrated last week, he became a teacher, a world-renowned duck carver, the architect of six Delaware churches, the head of the largest bakery at the Pearl Harbor naval base during World War II and a trailblazer for civil rights.

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