Investor Ian Thiermann, 90, and his wife lost their savings in Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme. Ian is now a "greeter" at Ben Lomond market to make ends meet.
Investor Ian Thiermann, 90, and his wife lost their savings in Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme. Ian is now a "greeter" at Ben Lomond market to make ends meet. Karen T. Borchers/San Jose Mercury News/MCT
Investor Ian Thiermann, 90, and his wife lost their savings in Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme. Ian is now a "greeter" at Ben Lomond market to make ends meet. Karen T. Borchers/San Jose Mercury News/MCT

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