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Business manager retires May 1 after 25 years of service

| Friday, Jan. 17, 2003

After 25 years on staff at the Pine-Richland School District, business manager Tom Greway is saying good-bye.

He's retiring, effective May 1.

Greway served as principal at the former Richland High School before being named business manager.

"He's been responsible for transportation, administrative support, custodial and food service contracts," district spokeswoman Judi Boren said. "He has been chief negotiator on all the recent contracts with" the Pine-Richland Educators Association. "They all have a real respect for Tom."

Greway, of Ross, said he also taught finance at Duquesne University.

"I am very grateful for the opportunity to work in the Pine-Richland School District," Greway said. "The school district has certainly treated me fairly and I've worked my best to give back to the school district what they've given."

Greway declined to comment on what his future plans are.

"I have a lot of personal interests that I want to pursue," he said. "And also another career opportunity that I want to look into."

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