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Sewickley Farms Community Wishes Beloved Bus Driver A Happy Retirement – News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and the Best of Pittsburgh | #retirement | #elderly | #seniors

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Sewickley Farms Community Wishes Beloved Bus Driver A Happy RetirementAfter 25 years of taking children to and from school, a local school bus driver has decided to retire. But all of the families he’s served wouldn’t let him go quietly. They threw him a party to show him how much he’s meant to them all; KDKA’s Bryant Reed reports.

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