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By Dave Person Her high school teachers probably knew she was destined to follow in their footsteps.
Carol Bouabdellaoui was the youngest of Dick and Shirley Kishpaugh's three children.
Dick, who died in 2000, was a well-known historian, particularly when it came to Michigan high school and college sports, and even more so when it involved the Parchment community and its schools' sports.
She treasures the one-on-one time she has had with her students."I didn't feel a calling," says Bouabdellaoui, who taught Spanish for 22 years at Parchment High School, from which she graduated in 1979.Although she retired from Parchment in 2013, Bouabdellaoui, 56, continues to teach Spanish at the Barclay Hills Education Center in Parchment, and English to international students at Western Michigan University."If you wanted to teach you had to leave the state," she says. "It was a small town in the mountains with a lot of kids from the San Carlos Apache Reservation," she says.She taught Spanish there for two years, until 1984.