The Aransas County Independent School District (ACISD) held a retirement reception for 18 of its former employees Wednesday, May 26 at the Rockport-Fulton High School’s Competition Gym lobby area.

A separate reception was held last week for former ACISD Superintendent Joseph Patek.

ACISD teacher Al Nesbit enters retirement after 32 years with the district and 37 total years in education.

ACISD cafeteria manager Debra Taylor enters retirement after a 29 year career with the ACISD.

ACISD teacher Donna Garcia enters retirement after 28 years with the district and 29 total years in education.

ACISD teacher Debbie Smith enters retirement after 26 years with the district and 42 total years in education.

ACISD receptionist Betty Anthony enters retirement after a 24 year career with the ACISD.

ACISD maintenance employee Greg Benavidez enters retirement after 23 years with the district and 34 total years in education.

ACISD receiving clerk Maria Ester Solis enters retirement after a 22 year career with the ACISD.

ACISD police chief Sam Zapata enters retirement after a 22 year career with the ACISD.

ACISD teacher Susan Mathers enters retirement after a 15 year career with the ACISD.

ACISD maintenance employee Domingo Flores enters retirement after a 14 year career with the ACISD.

ACISD teacher Alicia Garcia enters retirement after a 14 year career with the ACISD.

ACISD bus monitor Patricia Garza enters retirement after a 10 year career with the ACISD.

ACISD bus driver Christine Bates enters retirement after seven years with the district and 10 years total in education.

ACISD cafeteria manager Vicki Jones enters retirement after a seven year career with the ACISD.

ACISD monitor Veronica Wilson enters retirement after seven years with the district and 20 total years in education.

ACISD maintenance employee John Crady enters retirement after a five year career with the ACISD.

ACISD teacher/head tennis coach Roben Eller enters retirement after one year with the district and 32 total years in education.

ACISD counselor Amy Otwell enters retirement after one year with the district and 28 total years in education.

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