Chenango Stories: Family comes first

Working side by side with his father for the past 10 years, Buster Manwarren’s life has seen its ups and it downs.

Starting at age 16, he began to help his dad in the family business – Terry’s Auto. The business was located in North Norwich until recently when they moved to a bigger facility in downtown Oxford. Buster says he would put in as much time as he could after school and on the weekends to give his dad a hand.

After graduation, Buster stayed in the area to continue to work with his father and began to take on duties such as billing, scheduling and detailing.

Buster’s life saw its first tragedy when at age 20 his mother was killed in a car accident. He says his parents were married for 26 years and they were one of the few couples that would have been married forever.

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