D-LSISD recognizes retiring employees

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DAINGERFIELD – As students began their summer break on May 26, teachers, administrators, and staff of the Daingerfield-Lone Star Independent School District gathered to recognize those who are retiring from the district.
During their annual teacher assembly, the district recognized Dwanna Cummings, Jane Hall, Linda Rhymes, Jeanecia Royal and Beth Terry -- who are all retiring.
They were also recognized for the number of years they have spent in the district.
Rhymes served the district for 38 years, Royal spent 36 years in the district, while Cummings was recognized for 35 years with the district.
Terry has spent 23 years and Daingerfield, while Hall has served the district for nine years.
In addition to honoring the retirees, the district also presented service awards to teachers and staff for their years of service.
Martha Campbell, Deana Dunn, and Diann Turner received their five-year pins, while Henry Barber, Erbie Bonner, Alma Harper, Bryan Lee, Oslyn Lewis, Becky Staples, George Steenborg, Heather Swafford, Barbara Watson, and Latoya Williams each were honored for 10 years of service.
Greg Fountain was recognized for 15 years with the district, and Martha Arthur, Deborah Gipson, and Brenda Morgan each received their pin for20-year pins. Melissa Burke, Jean Dunaway, Paul Guinn, Lesia Lewis, and Mae Stugges were honored with 25-year pins, and Duane McGough was recognized for 30 years of service to the district.
Receiving pins for 35 years of service to the district with Cummings were Paula Killyon, Beri Penny, Renay Smith, Brenda Tittle, Judy Walker and Joyce Watkins.

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