[Ed. – You go, guy.]
A 100-year-old Wyoming man who made his first automobile sale in 1949 said he has no plans to retire from the car dealership.
Derrell Alexander, who started his career as a salesman when gas was 17 cents per gallon, celebrated his 100th birthday last week at Whites Mountain Chevrolet in Casper, where he still works six days a week.
Customers said they value Alexander for his honesty. …
He told the Casper Journal work is part of what keeps him in good health.
“As long as I can get out of the house,” Alexander said. “You sit around the house and watch TV or something, and you don’t last long.”
He credited “the man upstairs” with giving him a long and happy life.