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New Jersey Crossing Guard, 94 years old, retired 57 years later

Claire Bauman, 94, retires after serving as a school crossing guard in New Jersey for 57 years.
Claire Baumann, 94, After serving as a school cross-guard for 57 years in New Jersey, he retired. Twitter

A 94-year-old crossing guard in New Jersey is wearing an orange vest and a stop sign 57 years later.

Claire Baumann, who worked at Horaceman Elementary School in Cherry Hill, NJ, has devoted 57 years of service to countless children and parents over the years, and her school board has sent her out in style. Honored.

In fact, after nearly 60 years, she toldWTXFthat she had successfully seen her three generations go back and forth to school. ..

I hope her family, her friends, current and her ex-students will meet to celebrate her career and she will retire.

Crossing Guard Ms. Claire Baumann has arrived stylishly for her retirement celebration at Mann Elementary School. To keep students safe! We wish 👏👏 Baumann and her wonderful retirement! 💜❤️#WEareCHPS pic.twitter.com/6zQWzbOHuP

— Cherry Hill Schools (@ChpsTweets)June 16, 2022

"We care for our children, serve the community, and love her by appearing every day," Dr. John J. Caffagna, principal of Horaceman Elementary School, told Outlet. rice field.

But Baumann wasn't sure if he could do the job, and she told the students who made everything easy.

"The kids have taught me a lot in my life," she said. "I wouldn't have been able to do without them."

Baumann served as a crossing guard on her last day on Tuesday, but she expects her to leave too long. please do not.

"I'll give you a week," she said, and here I'm 57 years later, "Baumann joked," I'll be back, "she said. I promised.

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