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At Watchmaker’s Daughter, generational change respects past and future

Karen Staub, right, is the third-generation owner of the Watchmaker's Daughter jewelry store in downtown York. Staub's father, Max Reiss, is the former owner of the family business, once known as Reiss Jewelers. - (Photo / Amy Spangler)

Max Reiss was able to sit back and watch, for the most part, as his daughter made a few changes to the downtown York jewelry store he had run for nearly 50 years.

Max Reiss was able to sit back and watch, for the most part, as his daughter made a few changes to the downtown York jewelry store he had run for nearly 50 years.

David O'Connor
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