I quit! A Massachusetts native revealed herself Thursday as the $758.7 million Powerball jackpot winner — and said the first thing she did was call it a career. “I have called them and told them I will not be coming back,” Mavis Wanczyk, 53, who has worked in patient care at Mercy Medical Center in...
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2014 - MERCY SIDE OF CARE MEDICAL SERVICES, P.C.
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