Hanford Rants

Upon graduating from high school, his goal in life was to become a foreman at the local warehouse. God had bigger plans! When he was 20 he joined the army. He did basic training in Hawaii and in Australia, then spent two and a half years overseas in the infantry in New Guinea and the Philippines. He has written a book about his amazing adventures. 

After graduating from Washington State College, he became a teacher. In the summer of 1945 he moved to Norwalk. He was vice principal and principal at South Junior High until opening West Junior High in 1956. In 1961, he became principal at Warren High School. In the fall of 1968 he became principal at Gahr High School. He retired in 1981 and later became principal at Brethren High School. He eventually had to retire because of health reasons. He led a blessed life!