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As manager of the old Shell station on Main Street, Lovene Weed, pictured, did mechanic work, checked oil, “did everything that had to be done there.” Courtesy photo

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REMEMBER WHEN? When automotive work was 'a man's job,' Lovene Weed managed the old Shell station on Main Street before it was repurposed as the new Camp Verde fire station in 2012

For the past 60-plus years, Lovene Weed has been a Camp Verde resident. But for nine years - and a week - Weed ran the Shell service station on Main Street. For the community's relative newcomers who can't visualize the Shell station on Main Street, well, it isn't there any longer.

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REMEMBER WHEN? When automotive work was 'a man's job,' Lovene Weed managed the old Shell station on Main Street before it was repurposed as the new Camp Verde fire station in 2012

For the past 60-plus years, Lovene Weed has been a Camp Verde resident. But for nine years - and a week - Weed ran the Shell service station on Main Street. For the community's relative newcomers who can't visualize the Shell station on Main Street, well, it isn't there any longer.