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January 28, 2021


Jennifer Pfaff

Yeah, what a great community gem...you really have given a big slice of small town "flavor" to the Mollie's shopping experience, and such an incredible "grocer" history here, to boot...

I think Mark once said he got some of his early grocer experience helping out at the (n/e) corner market on Howard and Channing in the 1970s --a converted house, made into a small grocery store, known as Fred's Market. 'Hoping you don't go far, Mark... Thank you for everything!

Peter Garrison

Harriett Saigon who “ran” my little church on Channing was the wife of the Fred’s Market butcher.

Mark is such a bright presence in Burlingame. He gave a lot of paper bags to our food bank at Call Primrose.


Relax, you are not having illusions when you shop at Mollie's. If you hear Mark's voice or see his smiling, mask-covered face, it's not a ghost. Spoke to The Man today and he is helping out his Mollie buddies with a bit of part-time fill-in work since hiring has become so difficult. Really great to see him.

If your kid needs a job, Mollie's is hiring!!

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