SIXTY-FIVE years after he first started working at The Spectator David ‘Cuttsy’ Cuttler says he has no plans to move on any time soon.
Joining the ranks as a paperboy in 1946, at the age of 12, David is now The Spectator’s longest-serving employee and has seen the paper transform before his eyes.
He said as a paperboy, his rounds only took an hour on his pushbike and still remembered the route like it was yesterday.
“I started at six o’clock in the morning, wrapped the papers and the first customer was Jack Murphy, the hairdresser round the corner and my last one was13 Frances St.”
In November 1948 at 14 years and two weeks, he walked out of school to become an apprentice printer and never looked back.
Full story in the Spectator on Saturday, February 9, 2013