Houston says goodbye to superintendent Hines | News
Monday evening, officials gathered to congratulate and say goodbye to Houston County Superintendent Robin Hines.
Leaders from the county and Robins Air Force Base attended the ceremony at Veterans High School.
Hines was presented the Gael Residential Citation award from the Georgia Association of Educational Leaders for his four years of service as the county's superintendent.
Those who attended reflect on Hines' time in Houston .
"We hit it off because Robin Hines, you didn't ask him if you didn't want to hear it, now he was very direct, very honest with you," says Houston County Commissioner Chairman Tommy Stalnaker.
"We are so thankful for his service and support of the 7500 military affiliated children that we represent at Robins Air Force Base," says Colonel Chris Hill.
Incoming superintendent, Mark Scott says, "Those are big shoes to fill and he's very passionate about what he does, but I always tell everybody you're not going to find someone that works harder."
Robin Hines says in retirement he wants to spend more time with his family, riding his motorcycle and touring around playing music.