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Fuhriman retires | Preston Citizen

Fuhriman retires

May 22, 2014


Preston Junior High teacher Shauna Fuhriman has decided to retire after 34 years with the Preston School District.

Fuhriman earned a double Bachelor’s degree in business education and physical education from Utah State University and actually did her student teaching with Chloedene Bingham, Virginia Thompson and Beth Wagstaff at Preston High School. Before coming to Preston, she taught in Shelley for one year.


Over the years, she has taught business and PE at Jefferson Middle School and then Preston Junior High. She also spent 14 summers teaching driver’s education.

“Fuhriman was also a very dedicated coach, spending 26 years instilling in girls the basic skills needed for volleyball and basketball and also five years at Preston High School coaching girls’ basketball,” Vicky Mather, a fellow teacher and friend said. “She loves sports, kids, friends and a good laugh.”

Mather went on to say working the Preston District was the perfect job for her and she was perfect for the job.

“She has been such a positive force for good in this community,” Mather said. “Her influence is evident through generations…and I am going to miss my friend.”

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