Retired in Fenton, Iowa
Arthur Pixler was once a superintendent for much of the Iowa education system. During his time as the superintendent of a school district, Arthur was responsible for overseeing various aspects of the school system, such as curriculum and instruction. He was working in the field for more than 4 decades, and found a home among the educational experts that he worked with. He is proud of his career, and continues to share his expertise where he can. As he was able to continue serving his community as he continued on to be an attendee at a college. He earned his bachelor's degree in education from Wayne State College. He then went on to earn his master's degree in education from Drake University. Today, Arthur Pixler has retired from the difficult work, and has dedicated much of his time to community service. In the community, he has been a happy member of the Fenton Community Club, where he participates in many yearly events - beyond that, he has been a lifelong Free Mason, and is happy to continue his community service work to this day. He enjoys volunteering and helping others. As a substitute teacher, Arthur Pixler also enjoys helping out on various committees. Arthur enjoys traveling with his family and hanging out with them. For the past year, Arthur has been serving as the treasurer for the Grand Lodge of Iowa.