Brooklyn baker sets an example of diligence

A nationwide search by Mitchum stumbled on a baker from Brooklyn whose dedication captured their attention. The antiperspirant and deodorant company launched a campaign to

CANARSIE - A nationwide search by Mitchum stumbled on a baker from Brooklyn whose dedication captured their attention. The antiperspirant and deodorant company launched a campaign to find the hardest worker in America and found their poster child in Brooklyn chef David Wasserman.

Wasserman, a pastry chef at Teena?s Cake Fair, starts his day at 3 a.m., and usually does not return home until 10 p.m.

Although he receives help from his parents and wife Jessica, David spends his days mixing and decorating cakes and cookies at Teena?s, which is open seven days a week. Despite the demanding schedule, David never complains, keeping in mind the family he must provide for.

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