Honoring her service


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Brenda Vetter receives a standing ovation as she walks to the podium to receive her retirement gift from Piqua City Schools Superintendent Rick Hanes on Thursday. Vetter retired following 18 years of service as a Music Aide. Joining Vetter were seven other school employees, including Mike Voskuhl who serves the school system as a maintenance employee for 43 years.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Brenda Vetter receives a standing ovation as she walks to the podium to receive her retirement gift from Piqua City Schools Superintendent Rick Hanes on Thursday. Vetter retired following 18 years of service as a Music Aide. Joining Vetter were seven other school employees, including Mike Voskuhl who serves the school system as a maintenance employee for 43 years.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Brenda Vetter receives a standing ovation as she walks to the podium to receive her retirement gift from Piqua City Schools Superintendent Rick Hanes on Thursday. Vetter retired following 18 years of service as a Music Aide. Joining Vetter were seven other school employees, including Mike Voskuhl who serves the school system as a maintenance employee for 43 years.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_060216mju_pcs_staffawards.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Brenda Vetter receives a standing ovation as she walks to the podium to receive her retirement gift from Piqua City Schools Superintendent Rick Hanes on Thursday. Vetter retired following 18 years of service as a Music Aide. Joining Vetter were seven other school employees, including Mike Voskuhl who serves the school system as a maintenance employee for 43 years.
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