Claremore Daily Progress


January 14, 2014

Shelton says ‘goodbye’

CPS executive assistant to retire after 20 years



She said she feels honored to have known past and present board members and their families.
“I really feel close to all of them. I’m sure I’ll be checking on everybody from time to time to see how they’re doing.”
Claremore Superintendent Mike McClaren said Shelton allowed this office to do more with less people because of the quality of work she provided.
“(Shelton) is very professional. She is someone we can rely on on a daily basis,” said McClaren.  “I tell graduates there are two words that will ensure success, and those are suit up. Shelton suits up everyday.”
Shelton said the only commitments she has made so far for her retirement is she will babysit her 2-year-old granddaughter two days a week in Broken Arrow and spend more time with her husband.

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