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Kenmore Lanes helps longtime bowler celebrate 100th birthday
Kenmore Lanes helped one of its most loyal patrons celebrate his 100th birthday on Aug. 20. Former Kenmore resident Ray Hull still bowls at Kenmore Lanes every Friday morning. His friends, family and Kenmore Lanes employees helped him celebrate the special event with cake and a party at the bowling alley
"Ray is an incredible man," said Carol Tover of Kenmore Lanes. "He and his wife, Freida, have lived in the area most his life."
The Hulls now lives in Monroe so Ray can walk to visit Freida, who is in senior care with dementia. The couple has been married for 66 years and owned Imperial Way Drug Store in Seattle for more than 30 years.
The Hulls have three kids, 14 grand kids, six great grand kids and one great-great granddaughter.