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Posted March 16, 2016

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Hansford "Leon" Bulger

Hansford “Leon” Bulger will be retiring April 1st after almost 20 years with APS.  He has worked as a custodian at Highland High School and head custodian at Seven Bar Elementary.   His work ethic is one that brought respect and a sense of family to his school.  Leon often went above and beyond to get people what they needed so that their day went smoothly.  He worked hard to get the job done right the first time and helped train several new custodians along the way.

The staff at Seven Bar will sorely miss Leon who was the first Wrangler to officially work on the campus when it opened in 2000.  Now, 16 years later, they have to let him head to greener pastures where he can continue to heal from recent surgeries and spend quality time with his wife and grandkids. 

Even though he plans to work part time at something, Leon hopes to spend time fishing, camping, more fishing and catching up with relatives he has not seen in a while.  

The Seven Bar Staff will be holding a breakfast on Leon’s last day, March 24th   at 7 am in the school lounge.  We hope we can spoil him rotten before he rides off into the sunset.

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