We recently bid a fond adieu to beloved League School employees, Paul Larter and Bill Mulcahy. Both retired after many years of working for the school. With a collective 33 years of service, they leave behind an indelible mark on our staff and students. We wish them the very best in the next chapter of their lives.
“Paul Larter was a fixture, not just in the vocational department, but at the League School as a whole,” said Amy Faraone, Coordinator of Vocational and Career Services. “As a 22-year League veteran he served a variety of roles at League and excelled wherever he was. He taught students many vocational skills that will help them to work as independently as possible upon graduation. The students and staff will miss his sense of humor, creativity and flexibility.”
Bill Mulcahy worked for the League School for over 10 years and served as the Assistant Director of Education. “It was an honor to work with Bill,” said Patrick Fuller, Director of Education. “He is an incredibly thoughtful and giving person. His generosity, advocacy, and compassion for our students, families, and staff is unparalleled, and — especially as an administrator — I appreciated his insights, guidance, and leadership.”