At Gelson's Market in Los Angeles, 84-year-old Fred Wolf is always the oldest box boy on the clock, bagging groceries for the rich and famous who live nearby.
"I like my life now," said Wolf. "I work for Gelson's. I like it. I see people every day, and people know me."
But every once in a while, he surprises customers with something they didn't know.
"My father was murdered at Auschwitz," he told a woman as she unloaded low-fat yogurt and whole-grain bread onto the belt. "And I was at...Full Story