Arla Railsback loves Houlton Elementary and will find it difficult to say good-bye when she retires at the end of this school year. For most of her almost 34 years in the classroom, she has taught at Hudson’s “country school” and loved it.
When asked to use one word to describe their teacher, Windsor House students in Pat Stevens social studies class came up with several — awesome, great, funny and perky. Not bad for someone who has been on the job for more than 30 years.
Ann Davey has time to read what she wants. In fact, she’s surrounded by books of all manner and subject at her new job in Hudson. Davey retired late last year as attorney manager of the Wisconsin Public Defender’s Office in Hudson.
After a career of more than 35 years in banking, Ken Heiser, market president of Associated Bank in Hudson, has announced his retirement. An open house in Heiser’s honor is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Jan. 9 at Associated Bank, 307 Second St. in downtown Hudson.
Diane Carter is saying good-bye to sentence diagrams and verb conjugations at Hudson Middle School to retire this year. The veteran seventh-grade English teacher has come pretty much full circle in her 21 years as a full-time instructor.
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