FIRST PLACE: JAKE MAY, THE FLINT JOURNAL Caption: David Todorovsky, 84, sits down to take a load off of his knees and have one of his last cups of coffee on his last shift on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 after working 12-hour shifts daily for 37 years at Atlas Coney Island in Flint, which he has co-owned with his brother Jimmy Todorovsky, 82. The brothers were both born in Greece — David in 1933 and Jimmy a year later in 1934, spending their childhood in Europe. They fled to Macedonia because of World War II. Their father brought them to Flint from Macedonia in 1954. In 1980, they purchased Atlas Coney Island on Corunna Road in Flint and have been there ever since. For the last 37 years, they’ve been operating restaurant, which is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. David and Jimmy each take turns working 12 hour shifts. Since 1980, they have served more than 4 million meals out of Atlas Coney Island. "We're kind of exhausted. Kind of sad in a way. But we'll be glad when it's over," David said.