SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. — Scottsbluff’s "Culligan Man" Steve Huber is retiring this week after 36 years in the water treatment business, according to an article by the Star Herald.

Huber ran the store with his wife Susan and is being succeeded by Bronson Bosshammer, a Culligan dealer based out of Kearney.

“I would like to thank all of our customers and the community for their support over the past 36 years,” said Huber. “Susan and I are remaining in the community and are looking forward to whatever the future brings."

Bosshammer said the store will maintain the same staff, products and services as in the past.

“We’re excited to be in the community,” Bosshammer said. “Steve has done a tremendous job and we want to keep it business as usual by providing that same level of service with the same great staff.”

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