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ERIE, Ill. (AP) - Not every couples can say that they get to see each other at work most of the day, but the Morgans and Unruhs at Erie Middle School are an exception.
Keith Morgan, who has served as principal for 19 years, will wrap up 34 years in education; his wife, Mindy, will conclude 30 years of teaching physical education at the school.
Tom and Jan Unruh, who are also retiring, came to Erie 15 years ago; both have taught for more than 30 years at various schools in northern Illinois. Tom teaches math and computer technology, and Jan teaches special education.
Both couples also find a bond with being able to share their work experiences at the end of the day, Mindy said.
“Whatever we can talk about, we can share and we can discuss, and we can both be involved in that conversation, rather than him talking to me about his work and me not knowing what he’s talking about,” she said. “This way, we can share and bounce ideas off each other at home. That’s been a big plus all these years.”
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