Still moving: Man marks 100th birthday at moving company

Published: Thursday, Sept. 19 2013 11:29 a.m. MDT

Bob Huston, right, looks at a memory book while celebrating his 100th birthday with Barry Whitehead, Vice President of Bailey's Moving & Storage, and his daughter, Robin Vezeau, at Bailey's Moving & Storage in North Salt Lake on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Huston has worked in the same career his entire life, more than 80 years in the moving and storage industry. Despite being in his 90s, Huston would get up at 1:30 a.m. to have a cup of coffee and get to Bailey's by 4 a.m. to open the gates to allow the employees in. Huston recently quit working within the last year.

Laura Seitz, Deseret News

NORTH SALT LAKE — A new centenarian has been moving for most of his century on Earth, in two senses of the word.

Bob Huston celebrated his 100th birthday party at Bailey's Moving & Storage in North Salt Lake on Thursday. He started working at Bailey's in the 1970s.

Huston has worked in the same career his entire life, more than 80 years in the moving and storage industry. Despite being in his 90s, Huston would get up at 1:30 a.m. to have a cup of coffee and get to Bailey's by 4 a.m. to open the gates to allow the employees in. Huston recently quit working within the last year.

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