Mableton, GA — Using some old locker combinations from his Pebblebrook High School days, a Mableton man won a $1 million prize from the Georgia Lottery.
Henry “Calvin” Nash, who graduated from the south Cobb school in 1972, won the money from matching the first five winning numbers from the June 2 Mega Millions drawing.
“Numbers stick in my head,” he explained in remembering his locker combinations.
Nash, 63, and his wife, Brenda, claimed the prize June 3 at Georgia Lottery headquarters in Atlanta.
The couple has been married for 40 years, and now both own Harley-Davidson motorcycles. They plan to continue taking trips together.
Nash learned he’d won when he checked the results of the drawing on his computer.
The winning numbers from the June 2 Mega Millions drawing were: 2-9-11-22-23 and the Mega Ball was 12.
The Publix at 1025 Veterans Memorial Highway in Mableton sold the winning ticket.