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Friday 15 December 2017

Two Marys wave farewell to Glanbia

At a presentation in Glanbia Campile last Tuesday to two members of staff who have retired were left to right Thomas Drought, Robert Furlong Branch Manager, Mary Weafer Duncannon who has retired after 42 years service, Mary Murphy Campile who has retired after 41 years service, Margaret Waters and Jane Drought
At a presentation in Glanbia Campile last Tuesday to two members of staff who have retired were left to right Thomas Drought, Robert Furlong Branch Manager, Mary Weafer Duncannon who has retired after 42 years service, Mary Murphy Campile who has retired after 41 years service, Margaret Waters and Jane Drought

THE RETIREMENT of two long serving staff at Glanbia Campile was marked with a party in their honour on Tuesday.

After 42 years of dedicated service between Shelbourne Co-op, Waterford Co-op and Glanbia, Mary Weafer and Mary Murphy have retired from Glanbia Campile.

A Glanbia Campile spokesperson said: Their dedication, honesty and good humour will be sorely missed by all staff and customers alike in the area. We would like to wish them both every happiness in their retirement and best wishes for the future from all in Glanbia Campile.'

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