retirement

By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Wayne Barros, who has worked for the city of Motley for more than three decades, is retiring. The sole maintenance personnel for most of those years, Barros has decided that he would rather trap and fish than take readings from the wastewater treatment plant. Barros first came to Motley through the […]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Bernie Jeub, one of many who was instrumental in starting the Boys and Girls Club of Morrison County (BGCMC), is retiring, again. “It’s time,” he said. “My wife, Judy, said I flunked retirement the first time.” Jeub retired eight years ago from US Bank. This time he is retiring from the […]

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Nancy Gruber looks back on a great career; looks forward to a new chapter By Tina Snell,  Staff Writer Nancy Gruber, Royalton, spent more than 30 years with the nuclear reactor industry. An odd job for a woman, especially one hired in 1978. When Gruber applied for a guard position at the Monticello Power Plant, […]

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Retirement called and he answered  By Tina Snell, Staff Writer As of Oct. 7, Al Kuebelbeck, most recently the president of Larson Boats in Little Falls, officially retired, for good. With 44 years in the boating industry, he said life will be just a bit different than what’s he’s used to. “Mary and I will be […]

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His bucket list is short, but he has lots of plans By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Morrison County Commissioner Tom Wenzel will be stepping down after 20 years on the Board of Morrison County Commissioners. His fifth term ends Monday, Jan. 7, 2013. The following day, Kevin Maurer will be sworn in as District 1’s representative. […]

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The RN began her career at St. Gabriel’s Hospital in 1975 By Tina Snell, Staff Writer After 37 years at St. Gabriel’s Hospital, and 17 with the hospice program, Maureen Nelson has retired. Sept. 2 was her last day. “Unity Family Hospice has thrived through Maureen’s outgoing personality, compassionate demeanor and knowledge in symptom management,” said Laura Scherer, RN, […]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer tina.snell@mcrecord.com Kathy Logan, a 40-year veteran of teaching, is retiring. She said Wednesday that she has exactly 21 working days left. All but one of those 40 years was spent in Little Falls. Her first year of teaching was in Alvarado, a small town of about 300 people, 200 of which […]

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