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Posted August 16, 2010

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Marcella Anzures

Marcella Anzures, an accounting technician for APS Food & Nutrition Services, retired Aug. 1 after more than 37 years with the district. Anzures started in 1973 at Central Office by Roosevelt Park as a microfilm clerk. She also worked at the service desk, as a clerk for the Vocational Department, a secretary at Career Enrichment Center, a clerk for Support Services, a secretary/bookkeeper at Harrison and Polk middle schools. She then went on to Food Services as an accounting technician.

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