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The Wawa Way by Bob Andelman, Howard Stoeckel

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Keeping her head...

Keeping her head and Wawa coffee above water, Adelina Dairman crosses Mill Street in Vincentown, New Jersey during the 2011 flood.

Photo Credit: Michael Schwartz for the Courier-Post

 

INTRODUCTION

Share of Heart

Jeremy Plauche is a burly, rowdy-looking guy—six feet, maybe 300 pounds, with the bold facial hair of a modern 24-year-old—but he admits that when he was getting the Wawa logo tattooed on his right inner biceps, the second “wa” kind of hurt. It’s just a little more tender in there closer to the torso. Totally worth it, though.

Plauche works night shifts for the rescue squad in Millville, New Jersey, where he also went to high school. ...

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