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December 15, 2016 'Lunch Lady' Sue Trainer retires from Denny after 36 years
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ARTICLE DESCRIPTION:

When Sue Trainer first started as a 'lunch lady' in 1980 David T. Denny Junior High School was looking at another couple of decades of service in its old location on 30th Ave. SW. From the beginning she wanted to make her role there as one of a "home away from home." In 1986 she became Assistant Manager and in 1996 moved to the Manager's role where she served until her retirement Dec. 15.

In a special ceremony in the new Denny International Middle School, she was honored by Principal Jeff Clark, co-workers, family and even assorted custodial staff who came back to be part of the event.

Along the way, Sue served 6,480 breakfasts, and 17,100 lunches and in a single day served the most students ever with a promotional event called "Rockin the Record" when 608 students were served.

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