Four educators retire after 40-plus years

Record Staff Report

Four educators with more than 40 years of service in Archdiocese of Louisville Catholic grade schools are retiring this summer. Another six educators are retiring after 30-plus years of service.

A total of 40 educators are retiring from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville, according to the archdiocese’s Catholic schools office.

Those who are retiring after more than 40 years of service are:

  • Margaret Byrne, a second-grade teacher at St. Agnes School, is retiring after 44 years.
  • Susan Argabright, a teacher at St. Patrick School, is retiring after 43 years.
  • Jean Ann May, assistant principal of St. Raphael School and former interim principal, is retiring after 43 years.
  • Mary Ann Arms, a third-grade teacher at St. Andrew Academy, is retiring after 41 years.

Those retiring after 30 or more years of service in the archdiocese are:

  • Barbara Stuecker, librarian and special needs educator at St. Stephen Martyr School, is retiring after 36 years.
  • Mary Alice Zettel, principal of St. Mary Academy, is retiring after 35 years.
  • Phyliss Dries, a teacher at St. Patrick, is retiring after 34 years.
  • Martha Hartman, a teacher at St. Stephen Martyr, is retiring after 33 years.
  • Patty Toombs, a teacher at St. Margaret Mary School, is retiring after 31 years.
  • Terry Sadolsky, learning coordinator at St. Mary, is retiring after 30 years.
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