From left, Rick Myers, 84, has retired now that the state fair in Puyallup is over. Myers began taking orders at his father’s Hamburger Myers stand when he was 7 years old. He and his wife, Joan, sold the 100-year-old business to manager Sheri DeVore. Longtime cook Sue Fox also was on hand when Rick began taking down the sign Monday. Don’t worry, DeVore says, “it will be the same burgers.”
From left, Rick Myers, 84, has retired now that the state fair in Puyallup is over. Myers began taking orders at his father’s Hamburger Myers stand when he was 7 years old. He and his wife, Joan, sold the 100-year-old business to manager Sheri DeVore. Longtime cook Sue Fox also was on hand when Rick began taking down the sign Monday. Don’t worry, DeVore says, “it will be the same burgers.” Lui Kit Wong Staff photographer
From left, Rick Myers, 84, has retired now that the state fair in Puyallup is over. Myers began taking orders at his father’s Hamburger Myers stand when he was 7 years old. He and his wife, Joan, sold the 100-year-old business to manager Sheri DeVore. Longtime cook Sue Fox also was on hand when Rick began taking down the sign Monday. Don’t worry, DeVore says, “it will be the same burgers.” Lui Kit Wong Staff photographer

Puyallup Fair’s hamburger family retires, but burgers will stay the same

September 28, 2015 3:55 PM

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