Sue Brauch, (left) a bartender for more than 50 years, is joined and celebrated by friends and colleagues Monday at Patty’s Eggnest, the longtime Chuckwagon Inn, on Evergreen. Behind Brauch at left is new bartender Tricia Flood, her mother and customer Linda Flood, restaurant manager Pam Gahan, and loyal customer Dwight Jeffries. Brauch, 76, is retiring this week after 13 years behind the bar at the Everett lounge and restaurant. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Last call: Bartender retiring after more than 50 years on job

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