A long standing automotive business that specialized in oil changes has closed, while its neighbor continues to serve homemade cinnamon rolls and biscuits and gravy.
The owner of Neder’s Service Gary Lively said he closed it because of the economy, the construction on “E” Street and the price of petroleum products.
“I want to thank the citizens of the community for all their support over the years,” Lively said. “It has been an honor to serve you. Your patronage has helped me to provide for my wife and children.
“I will miss all the special moments and stories that you as customers have shared over the years,” he added. “Washougal has been our home, and it has been a good home and a great business.”
Lively owned Neder’s Service for more than 13 years. The now-vacant space at 2507 “E” St. is available to lease.