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Posted February 20, 2014

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Deborah Overmier, Griegos ES

Deborah Overmier is retiring after 26 years of teaching. She began teaching in Lovington, NM, and is finishing her career at Griegos Elementary School.

Mrs. Overmier is a beloved teacher who has taught generations of children and has dedicated most of her life ensuring that children receive a quality education. She is a dedicated teacher who has put 110% into everything she does. It is now time for her to share the same kindness and love with her family.

Although Mrs. Overmier is retiring, she is part of the community and will continue to visit the school from time to time. She will be missed, but the school looks forward to seeing her at some of their family events. Congratulations Mrs. Overmier.

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