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  • There were only four paved roads in Monroe County when he started

    Albert Fields has been working in the Monroe County schools transportation department for 53 years. He started out as a bus driver and is now a fleet manager. A lot has changed over the years, but his love for his job and the school children riding the buses has been constant.

There were only four paved roads in Monroe County when he started

Albert Fields has been working in the Monroe County schools transportation department for 53 years. He started out as a bus driver and is now a fleet manager. A lot has changed over the years, but his love for his job and the school children riding the buses has been constant.
Woody Marshall and Andrea Honaker The Telegraph