Carol Randolph points to a map to places she and her husband Ned, looking on, have visited. After a combined 40 years of teaching in the Puyallup School District, the couple, who’ve been married for 25 years, are retiring from teaching next week. Carol teaches at Maplewood Elementary and Ned at Shaw Road Elementary.
Carol Randolph points to a map to places she and her husband Ned, looking on, have visited. After a combined 40 years of teaching in the Puyallup School District, the couple, who’ve been married for 25 years, are retiring from teaching next week. Carol teaches at Maplewood Elementary and Ned at Shaw Road Elementary. Tyler Hemstreet themstreet@gateline.com
Carol Randolph points to a map to places she and her husband Ned, looking on, have visited. After a combined 40 years of teaching in the Puyallup School District, the couple, who’ve been married for 25 years, are retiring from teaching next week. Carol teaches at Maplewood Elementary and Ned at Shaw Road Elementary. Tyler Hemstreet themstreet@gateline.com

Education the ‘biggest gift’ they gave, says retiring Puyallup couple

June 05, 2017 10:21 AM

UPDATED June 12, 2017 10:04 AM

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