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With opportunities ranging from our front lines in our Stores to our Distribution Centers to our Corporate Support Center and our rapidly growing Professional Business, we have the career for you.We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. Professional level sales position capable of supporting advanced functions for both DIY and DIFM.Andrew (Andreas) was of the first generation of the Rauch family to be born in America. Turn left and the cemetery is about 1/4 mile down on the left about 100 yards off the road, in a grove of trees. Note: His discharge papers are signed both Andrew Rauch (which means smoked meat), and Andrew Smoke, thus indicating the name change. We presume Rauch to mean they dealt in smoked meat.) Note: In his youth, Andrew lived in the Orangeburg District.He is buried in the Smoke Cemetery near Snyder's Crossroads off of US 21 South of Smokes, in Colleton County, SC. There is a white lettered sign at the dirt road going in to the cemetery that says Smoak Cemetery. His grave is at the back right corner of the cemetery. "He was drafted to serve the state in supressing those of the country who were unfriendly to its liberty; that ever after during the struggle for independence, he served his country as a faithful soldier at Charleston, at Stono, and under the brave General Marion in various parts of the state until at the close of the war, he was discharged at Orangeburg". Note: 1781, Andrew (Rauch) Smoke served 110 days in Captain Gershom Kelly's Company, Orangeburg District Regiment, Francis Marion Brigade, Militia during the American Revolution. Note: Andrew had four known wives; he first married Miss Mary Catherine Stroman. shows that he was living in the northern part of Orangeburg Dist.
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