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Paola retires from Kelly & Windsor after 8 years of service

December 13, 2018

Paola retires from kelly & windsor

From left to right
Front row - Mercury, Maria, Hong
Middle row - Vijay, Amy, Susan, Hanh, Paola, Nicole, Trevor
Back row - Jim and Suzie

After eight years of dedicated service, Paola retired today on 13th December 2018

She joined Kelly & Windsor on 6th December 2010 and worked in nearly all areas of the factory, mainly in the quilting and binding section. In the eight years, Kelly & Windsor has grown significantly and her contribution to that must be acknowledged.Thank you

Her positive "can do" attitude, excellent work skills and very happy nature will be much missed.

Paola and Trevor on her retirement

Paola with Trevor and a cake for the celebration.

Happy retirement Paola, we will miss you





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