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Thomas Cook : Man makes good on 1992 handshake, splits $22M jackpot with friend
|07/23/2020 | 04:41pm|
Cook said the two men shook hands and agreed that if either of them ever won a
"He called me and I said 'are you jerking my bobber?'" Feeney recalled of being told the news.
Cook and Feeney, who took the lump sum option for their payouts, each received about
Cook said the money inspired him to put in his two weeks notice and retire. He and Feeney, who had already retired previously, said the money will allow them to spend more time with their families.
"We can pursue what we feel comfortable with," Cook said. "I can't think of a better way to retire."
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