Lane, who has worked with Bevan for the past 14 years, said she has seen a lot of change throughout that time.
“Technology has been a big component over the years in the corporation,” Lane said. “He has allowed us to do a lot of things.”
Michele Starkey, Logansport Community School Corporation superintendent, also came to see Bevan off during his open house.
Starkey said she thought the reception was great.
“He has been an absolute awesome resource,” Starkey said. “I’m glad to be able to officially say goodbye.”
Dee and Don Watkins, teachers within Southeastern School Corporation, were two of many colleagues, friends to attend the open house.
Bevan hugged them and told him he valued their relationship, saying “It has been great.”
“It’s nice to see people you work with,” Bevan said. “I’ve always believed I work with people, they don’t work for me.
As Bevan looks forward to traveling with Sherry, he said they are also looking forward to the visiting their daughters, Kathy Hinz and Kerry MacPherson.
“We decided it’s time to do something for us,” Bevan said.
Amie Sites is a reporter at the Pharos-Tribune. She can be reached at 574-732-5150 or email@example.com.