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Tom Heymeyer Retires From Richland Newhope After 33 Years

Story By: Larry Stine



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  Original Published: 12/16/2012

A long-time employee at Richland Newhope is calling it a career.

Tom Heymeyer is retiring after serving 33 years as a recreational therapist and director of the Special Olympics.

Friends and co-workers threw him a retirement party at Impact Worship Service this past weekend.

Co-worker and friend, Hali Parsons, says Heymeyer put in a lot of hours, many times off the clock and on his own time because of his passion for his job and the individuals he worked with.

Heymeyer says he and his wife have a young son who they be able to spend more time with but he still will be involved with Richland Newhope and Special Olympics on a volunteering basis.

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