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South Side Chicago’s ‘Most Honest’ Jeweler to Retire, Close Up Shop

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Longtime customers express heartfelt appreciation.

Michael McGuire, owner of Supreme Jewelers in Chicago’s South Side, is closing the 56-year-old shop to retire, DNAinfo reports. Multiple customers heaped praise upon him for being “the most honest jeweler” and led to him developing a “fervently loyal following,” as the article says, with one 80-year-old woman visiting him from Texas just to say goodbye. “The secret of success is going to work every day and keep doing the right thing day after day,” McGuire told the news outlet.

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