Ford's Coffee Shop

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Ford's Coffee shop, located at 14 Main Street, was started by Harold Heseltine and Leslie Ford Powers. It was originally a bakery and soda fountain and then became a luncheonette. Tom and Stella Koravos purchased the shop in 1954 and ran it as Ford's until 1994.

Tom Koravos passed away at Lawrence General Hospital on Friday March, 18, 2005. He was 85 years old.


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  • Andover a Century of Change:1896 - 1996 by Eleanor Motley Richardson, page 25 (974.45 Ric).
  • Boston Globe, March 22, 2005
  • "Missing the man behind the counter", The Andover Townsman, March 24, 2005.


--Eleanor 13:36, October 4, 2011 (EDT)

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