WORTHINGTON — As of today, Sandi Hensley has worked for the courts for 33 years. Thursday is her last day, and Friday she’s leaving for a girls’ weekend of shopping and fun. After more than three decades, retirement is literally right around the corner.
WORTHINGTON — Steve DeGroot started his summer job in 1968 at the Public Works Department for the City of Worthington while waiting for classes to begin at the Jackson vocational school. Forty-three years later, DeGroot is calling it quits as he retires this Friday.
Olson recognized for career, positive attitude
WORTHINGTON — Few people can boast an employment record in which they’ve taken less than a handful of sick days in 27 years, much less 47 years, but Don Olson can count himself among them.
Instilling curiosity, respect for others is vital part of preschool program
WORTHINGTON — Kneeling among the 3- to 5-year-old students in the sunny Worthington Montessori School (WMS) classroom, Sally Anne Benson would be difficult to spot were it not for her gray curls.
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