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The hardest worker at a New Jersey grocery store had a lot of excitement during a recent shift. Bennie the Bagger turned 98 and his co-workers and customers couldn't pass up the opportunity to celebrate him. Bennie has been working at the Stop & Shop in South Edison for more than a year and he's certainly made an impression on his customers. He works two four-hour shifts per week bagging groceries and enjoys every moment. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
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