Local bus driver retires after 24 years of service

Thursday, October 25, 2012
Majohna Parsons has retired after 24 years as a bus driver with the Mountain Home School District.

After 24 years driving school buses for four different companies serving the Mountain Home School District, Majohna Parsons decided to hang up her stop arm last week.

She's usually the first one at the First Student bus lot every school day, in part because she has the longest route and in part simply because she's an early riser.

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    Majohna,

    Congradulations on retirement. You have earned your time to go to Wal-mart and see everyone.

    -- Posted by stirring the pot on Thu, Oct 25, 2012, at 5:20 AM
  • She was a wonderful and concerned driver. We loved her. She drove our kids to school and last year she drove our granddaughter. We miss seeing her come by every morning and waving. Thank you Majohna for all you did.

    -- Posted by midea on Thu, Oct 25, 2012, at 9:20 AM
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