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KINGSPORT - Two educators with 71 combined years of experience are retiring from the Kingsport City School System come months end.
Delores Richmond, assistant superintendent for human resources, is leaving after a 32-year career with the system, while Carolyn McPherson, assistant superintendent for academic initiative and support, is retiring after 39 years.

If I enjoy my retirement as much as I enjoyed my work, it will be good, Richmond said during a Thursday afternoon reception a the Dobyns-Bennett Field House Alumni Hall to honor her and McPherson.

Richmond has spent 16 years supervising human resources for the system. Before that, she was principal of Johnson Elementary School for six years and assistant principal one year. She started her career as a teacher at Lincoln Elementary School.

McPherson has been in charge of ….

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