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Bell family took several seats on Creed Lacy bus
JoAnn Bell Steinhilber writes:
I had the great pleasure of being one of the students on Creed's bus in the 1970's. We would change buses at the intersection of 61 & 768 where the high school students would get on Creed's bus so he could take us on to the high school. I have eight brothers and sisters who also rode the bus, so needless to say the Bell family took up several of the seats. Creed has always been one of the best! Enjoy your retirement! JoAnn Bell SteinhilberComments re photo 40626 Creed Lacy Bobby Pelston retire as school bus drivers
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