Rosella Mason gets a robe and tiara during her retirement party at Apex Elementary School on Tuesday. Mason, 64, has worked for 42 years at Wake County schools as a custodian.
Rosella Mason gets a robe and tiara during her retirement party at Apex Elementary School on Tuesday. Mason, 64, has worked for 42 years at Wake County schools as a custodian. aramos@newsobserver.com
Rosella Mason gets a robe and tiara during her retirement party at Apex Elementary School on Tuesday. Mason, 64, has worked for 42 years at Wake County schools as a custodian. aramos@newsobserver.com

‘Queen of Clean’ retires from Apex Elementary School

May 28, 2014 04:05 PM

UPDATED February 15, 2015 11:23 AM

More Videos

  • Cary neighbors speak out against rezoning for Habitat housing

    Residents around the Trimble Avenue area in Cary ask the town's Planning and Rezoning Board to deny a rezoning request for a 2.6 acre lot saying the planned affordable housing does not fit in with the neighborhood's density or appearance.