LRHS custodian finishes 19 years on the job

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Jennifer Schillinger – Mustangs Ahead

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LRHS custodian Paul Gullett ends 19 years at the school.

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – Longtime LRHS custodian Paul Gullett is retiring after 19 years and two months.  Wednesday was his last day.

Gullett said, “My favorite memory over the years has been seeing all the Mustangs graduate.”

Gullet first came to the Ranch wanting a change after being in the welding business for 20 years.

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Gullett participates in the district “Champions of Education Program”

He saw a job opening here and wanted the benefits that he did not get as a welder.

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Gullett continued, “It has been a good, worthwhile job.”

Gullett plans on staying home and enjoying life after retirement.

Paul has not been the only Gullet in Manatee County as the Gullett family name has been known throughout the county for many years.

Gullet Elementary School is named after his grandfather, Benjamin Gullett, who was the longest-serving school superintendent in Manatee County history.