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Exiting Xavier leaders reflect on the past

Both of the leaders leaving the St. Francis Xavier school system say they enjoyed their decades of work with the Catholic education system.

Matt Reynebeau started working at Xavier high school 36 years ago, and has served as principal for the past 25 years. He's retiring in June. Reynebeau says he's proud of the Christian service requirement that he helped institute, and preparing students for the future.

Deacon Tony Abts is the Xavier system's superintendent, and he's leaving to work with other deacons in the Green Bay Catholic Diocese. He says he'll miss the people he's worked with over the past 25 years, and the children.

Both men are staying with the Xavier system until the end of June.

posted : March, 11th by WHBY

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