Judy Eddingfield laughed at a comment from fellow employee Brenda Holland, who handles payroll for Winstead’s employees, on Wednesday during a party honoring Eddingfield’s 50 years of waitressing at the Plaza location of Winstead’s
Judy Eddingfield laughed at a comment from fellow employee Brenda Holland, who handles payroll for Winstead’s employees, on Wednesday during a party honoring Eddingfield’s 50 years of waitressing at the Plaza location of Winstead’s David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Judy Eddingfield laughed at a comment from fellow employee Brenda Holland, who handles payroll for Winstead’s employees, on Wednesday during a party honoring Eddingfield’s 50 years of waitressing at the Plaza location of Winstead’s David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

For 50 years, Judy Eddingfield has been serving Winstead’s customers with a smile

April 08, 2015 07:13 PM

UPDATED April 09, 2015 11:03 AM

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