BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Most people when they retire, leave their jobs for a number of reasons, like to pursue other interests or spend time with family.
Not Jerome Hogan. When he retired after 50 years working for the Greyhound Bus Terminal in Bangor, he just kept going to work.
"There was times when I just felt like staying home, nope, I've gotta get up I've gotta get out there I've gotta play with my toys. That's my life I've got a big toy out there, I've gotta be around it," Hogan aid.
Jerome was 67 years old when he retired in May of 2012. For the last three years, he's been showing up at the terminal as a volunteer baggage handler.
When Jerome retired back in May of 2012, Greyhound had a special ceremony and he was presented a mantle clock in appreciation of his years of service.