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Ann Farris ready for challenge at City Hall

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Posted: Sunday, January 13, 2013 4:30 am | Updated: 3:53 pm, Thu Jan 23, 2014.

As soon as you hear her voicemail message, you know there’s something special about Ann Farris.

“Sorry I missed you call. It’s my loss,” her voice chimes in. “I’d be tickled to call you back.”

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      • Nan posted at 3:03 pm on Sun, Jan 13, 2013.

        Nan Posts: 1

        Ann Farris is a class act. How fortunate for Killeen that our city council understands the positive impact she will have on this city. And how those of us working in the school system miss her expertise, her forward thinking, her support of the teaching staff and her love for children. It would be so nice to once again have a superintendent acknowledge us in passing with a smille, a handshake and genuine concern, and one who understands what our children are facing in this century. We haven't had that since Dr. Patterson and Dr. Farris left our midst. God bless this woman and her work in our city.

         

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