Newt Wallace, ‘World’s Oldest Paperboy,’ Dies at 98

Newt Wallace, who bought the Winters (Calif.) Express newspaper in 1947, met with President John F. Kennedy in the White House and worked at the Express for more than 70 years, died on Easter at the age of 98.

Wallace called himself the “world’s oldest paperboy” as he continued to deliver papers well into his 90s.

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