Nov 242012
 

Author: Bree Hottinger

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After 35 years, a CSU employee is retiring his career and thanksgiving tradition of hosting dinner for students in the dorms over fall break.

The tradition started in 1977 when Ed (Gator) Gatewood, in charge of maintenance in three of the campus’ 11 residence halls, decided to hold a potluck as a student back when he lived in the dorms.

Gatewood has cooked the meals and paid for them “out of pocket” since then, and celebrated his last on-campus Thanksgiving on Thursday with 30 other students who joined him for his last hurrah.

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