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Mammo Man helps pink the town

By From page A7 | November 22, 2013

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MAMMO MAN, known as Dave Combellack by day, donned a white tuxedo and fedora, adding pink to the ensemble on his hat, cumberbund, bow tie, handkerchief and socks. Courtesy photo

With a name like “Mammo Man,” it’s easy to picture a Neanderthal posing with a victorious grin on his hairy face alongside a freshly killed mammoth elephant. But a mammoth elephant is not the right kind of “mammo” and David Combellack, in his neat white tuxedo and fedora, doesn’t bring Neanderthal to mind.

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