Teachers, faculty, support staff to retire after years of service

According to the diocesan Office of Catholic Schools, the following people will retire at the end of this school year (diocesan years of service are indicated):

Bishop Ireton High School, Alexandria: Sr. Elizabeth Rossetti (42 years); Robert Storch (23 years); Sr. Anne Tardiff (50 years)

Bishop O'Connell High School, Arlington: James Hayes (41 years); Valarie Ellis, assistant, Campus Ministry office (28 years); Cathy Katz, school store (14 years)

Blessed Sacrament School in Alexandria: Eileen Molino (27 years)

Corpus Christi School in Falls Church: Cynthia Schafer (42 years); Kristina Nakas (10 years); Susan Yakir (six years); Rosa Rosal (18 years);

Holy Family School in Dale City: Christina Daly (20 years)

Nativity School in Burke: Mike Ward (14 years)

Our Lady of Hope School in Potomac Falls: Jeannie DeLisi (10 years)

Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax: Mary Lynn Bailey (15 years); Mary Jane Cochrane (12 years); Deborah Dannemann (23 years); C. Anne Henry-Gross (30 years); May Ellen Horan (35 years); Elizabeth Opfer (14 years); Margaret Latessa (32 years); Kristine Perri (11 years); Beverly Ronald (18 years); Ann Watkins (20 years)

St. Ann School in Arlington: Alejandro Ramirez (25 years)

St. James School in Falls Church: Kathy Carpenter (19 years)

Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School in Dumfries: Mike Dobson (37 years)

St. Joseph School in Herndon: Kathy Hurley (14 years)

St. Louis School in Alexandria: Kathleen English (30 years); Karolyn Melka (30 years)

St. Mark School in Vienna: Elizabeth Posey (13 years)

St. Mary School in Alexandria: Arthur D. Ross (12 years)

St. Michael School in Annandale: Marie Hanley (eight years)

St. Thomas More Cathedral School in Arlington: Mary Fran Pierce (16 years)

St. Timothy School in Chantilly: Anita Ostrander (18 years); Carla Nash (16 years)

St. Veronica School in Chantilly: Kathleen Lumovich (31 years).

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