Detroit Bartender Known As “Mama” Retires After 41 Years At The Bronx Bar In Detroit

69-year-old Charleen Dexter will serve her last drink at the same bar where she first waited tables back in 1977.

She started as a 27-year-old single mother living off of tips that she made at the Bronx to support herself and her three children…

Dexter has become a living legend in the neighborhood for both her longevity working at the Bronx Bar and honest and sometimes-crude approach to customer service.

“I had a good run, but I could’ve lasted a few more years,” says Dexter. She says she’ll miss “the kids” the most — the generations of Wayne State University students who still drop by years after graduation to say hello; the twenty somethings living in the neighborhood eager to please the tough, matriarchal bartender whom they end up calling “mama” once they finally win over Dexter’s sweeter side.

Happy retirement “Mama.” …Wishing you nothing but the best in your new chapter…”Cheers.”

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Authorities say a New Jersey couple and a homeless man made up a “feel good” story about the man helping them so they could raise money through an online fundraiser.

People donated more than $400,000 to the cause.

“The entire campaign was predicated on a lie,” Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina said in November.

About 14,000 people donated to a campaign that promised to help the homeless man start a new life, but authorities say the money was spent on luxury items and casino trips.

GoFundMe spokesman Bobby Whithorne said Tuesday that “all donors who contributed to this GoFundMe campaign have been fully refunded,” and that the organization was cooperating fully with law enforcement. He also said cases of misuse “make up less than one-tenth of 1 percent” of GoFundMe campaigns.