43 employees retire from Mukilteo School District

Jul 16, 2014

Forty-three Mukilteo School District staff members either retired within the 2013-14 school year.

“[They] deserve a big thank you for their years of service to the students in our community,” Mukilteo School District spokesperson Andy Muntz said. “We wish them all the very best.”

This year’s retirees are:

John Anderson, science/CTE teacher at Kamiak High School; Mary Armstrong, paraeducator at Harbour Pointe Middle School; Mary Beth Barney, fifth grade teacher at Fairmount Elementary; Joan Bauman, Title I teacher at Discovery Elementary; Pam Bickford, music teacher at Serene Lake Elementary; Karrie Bohi, speech and language pathologist at Horizon Elementary; Llyn Brickley,

Spanish teacher at Kamiak; Marcia Bridges, music teacher at Odyssey Elementary; Daniel Cook, social studies/PE teacher at Olympic View Middle School; Robert Curtis, bus driver; Loretta Darimont, paraeducator at Serene Lake; Skip Darimont, computers teacher at Voyager Middle School; Jamie Dahlgren, paraeducator at Challenger Elementary;

Geri Davis, paraeducator at Voyager; Leslie DeNike, paraeducator at Voyager; Andrea Erickson, fiscal technician at District Office; Sara Fenlin, paraeducator at Explorer Middle School; Merrie Lynne Fontes, nurse at Endeavour Elementary and Challenger; Lee Goltscher, custodian at Olivia Park Elementary; Melinda Good, first grade teacher at Serene Lake; Karen Hannah, administrative assistant at Harbour Pointe;

John Hansen, social studies teacher at Kamiak; Lyle Hanson, custodian at Mukilteo Elementary; Kathi Hutsell, administrative assistant at ACES High School; Jeannie Kreps, paraeducator at Serene Lake; Peggy Mauge, paraeducator at Voyager; Mary Moyer, ESL teacher at Discovery; Peggy Munoz, block/Spanish teacher at Olympic View; Diane Plesha, 5th grade teacher at Discovery;

Tanya Ramstad, paraeducator at Harbour Pointe; Edie Reclusado, principal at Olivia Park; Rick Reclusado, paraeducator at Fairmount; Jim Sawyer, visual communications/technology education teacher at Kamiak; Don Schmitz, director of assessment and program evaluation at the District Office; Kaye Snyder, fifth grade teacher at Fairmount; Jim Sparks, science teacher at Voyager;

Pam Swanson, fourth grade teacher at Endeavour; Tamara Swanson-Toyama, librarian at Odyssey and Mukilteo; Deanna Tastad, administrative assistant at the District Office; Rosa Torres, fourth grade teacher at Challenger; Joan Watson, fourth grade teacher at Odyssey; Martine Wayman, dean of students at Discovery; and Mary Ann Wood, food service lead at Mukilteo.

-Edited by Beacon staff

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