Retiring custodian celebrated
PITTSBURGH, PA — Richard Thoma is retiring from his daytime custodian position at Pine-Richland Middle School after 27 years of service to the Pine-Richland School District, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
"He's no stranger to Pine-Richland. In fact, his retirement is worthy of celebration," said Communications Director Rachel Hathhorn.
On August 26, Thoma and his wife, Janet, attended a board meeting, during which his retirement was recognized and Superintendent Brian Miller presented him with a small gift, the article stated.
According to the article, Thoma's last day was August 30, and employees at the middle school had a luncheon and cake to celebrate his retirement on August 27.
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