Norwalk's oldest poll worker remembered after death at 101

Norwalk's oldest poll worker is being remembered after his death on Sunday at the age of 101.

William Harrick volunteered to work elections for more than 60 years, according to his family. They say that his dedication should serve as a reminder on the importance of voting, regardless of party affiliation.

Harrick's family says his funeral will be Friday morning at Saint Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Norwalk.

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