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Lodi Unified School District retirees

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Posted: Thursday, June 15, 2000 10:00 pm

More than 60 employees from local school districts have retired this academic year, a slight increase from previous years, officials said.

Lodi Unified School District had 56 teachers and workers retire during the 1999-2000 school year. In Galt school districts, four teachers and a principal retired from their full-time positions.

Lodi Unified School District retirees: Del Alberti, superintendent, six years

Luis Araya, instructional assistant at Houston School, eight years

Audrey Butler, Children's Center instructional assistant, 29 years

Joyce Cates, Bear Creek High teacher, 36 years

David Charles, Lodi High teacher, 17 years

Robert Clemons, Lodi High teacher, 37 years

Renee Coleman, Lakewood teacher, 28 years

Patricia Corlett, Westwood typist clerk, 24 years

Jackie Coril, district budget technician, 31 years

Donna Costa, transportation dispatcher, 31 years

Sheila Dunn, Vinewood teacher, 35 years

Marjorie Dyer, Lakewood teacher, 23 years

Ema Elington, Oakwood clerk, 14 years

Marijke Farnsworth, Victor instructional assistant, 15 years

Judith Fraschella, Tokay High teacher, 19 years

Linda Frazer, bus driver, 20 years

Margarita Gomez, Houston cafeteria assistant, 12 years

Robert Gross, instrumental music teacher, 28 years

Jack Hays, Bear Creek High custodian, eight years

Catherine Hinchman, Washington teacher, 27 years

Patricia Holman, Heritage library media assistant, 12 years

William Huiras, Oakwood teacher, 22 years

William Hunt, Wagner Holt teacher, 26 years

Laverne Isbill, curriculum secretary, 13 years

Carolyn Ishihara, Oakwood vice principal, 23 years

Tadashi Ishihara, Westwood teacher, 33 years

Joanne Kataric, Tokay High teacher, 34 years

Leatrice, Tokay High attendance technician, 16 years

Shirley Kindseth, district accounting supervisor, 19 years

Orene Kraft, Parklane teachers, 23 years

Gretchen Kruse, Woodbridge typist clerk, 15 years

Marie Lang, Lodi High instructional assistant, 23 years

Helen Mar, Creekside teacher, 19 years

Jerry McGrath, district maintenance, 18 years

Vonna Nevills, Beckman teacher, 15 years

Corinne Norton, Morada instructional assistant, 18 years

Vivienne Owens, Lodi Middle teacher, 31 years

Marjorie Paulsen, GATE resource specialist, 16 years

Julia Pearce, Lodi High attendance technician, 26 years

Sabina Perry, Bear Creek clerk, seven years

Laramie Roberts, Sutherland teacher, 31 years

Phyllis Roth, Lodi High library media assistant, 23 years

Nancy Scott, Beckman teacher, 24 years

Ron Shaddy, transportation mechanic, five years

Betty Shannon, CWA adviser, 34 years

Delores Simpfenderfer, Nichols principal secretary, 33 years

Kathleen Smatsky, Washington instructional assistant, 20 years

Patricia Stump, Washington teacher, 14 years

Elizabeth Tax, Live Oak cafeteria manager, 11 years

Teodulo Trinidad, Parklane instructional assistant, 21 years

Francesca Vera, Davis teacher, 39 years

Grace Watanabe, Beckman instructional assistant, 20 years

Suzette Westsmith, Heritage teacher, nine years

Peggy Youlos, Clairmont cafeteria manager, nine years

Galt Joint Union Elementary School District retirees:

Judy Lucas, River Oaks teacher, 23 years

Paula Corsiglia, Fairsite teacher, 5 years

Ida Denier, Valley Oaks principal, 35 years

Galt Joint Union High School District retirees:

Sue Roberts, a Galt High teacher, 23 years

Eldred Scott, an independent study teacher, 34 years

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