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Posted May 22, 2017

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Gail Eaton, Speech Language Pathologist, Petroglyph Elementary School

Gail Eaton, Speech Language Pathologist

Gail Eaton is retiring from APS after 37 years of service. She worked as preschool and elementary Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) evaluator and therapist at the APS District Diagnostic Center, Cortez Elementary School, Child Find Community Speech and Language Program, Corrales Elementary School, Aztec Complex and Petroglyph Elementary School.

In retirement, Gail looks forward to spending time with her sons, Christopher and Michael and her golden retriever puppies, Cal and Brooks. She plans to spend more time gardening, cooking, reading, hiking, biking, running and traveling with friends. Gail also plans to continue providing speech and language therapy services to preschool and elementary students in the community.

She would like to thank all the staff and teachers at the schools and sites she has had the privilege of working with and a special thank you to Petroglyph Elementary School for giving her the opportunity to finish her APS career there.

Gail will miss all her APS friends and colleagues buts looks forward to her new challenges and adventures!

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