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Good luck to Anne Dellar as she retires after 20 years

last modified Oct 09, 2020 01:39 PM
Anne's colleagues share some fond memories and well wishes for her retirement.

 

"One funny thing happened when she first got an electric bike, someone in the department (no names) saw her a hundred yards of so away, and decided to catch up and say hello, he thought he must be getting old, or Anne must be really fit, as not only could he not catch up, but she was riding away from him with ease!"
"I have known Anne for a long time, it's only since moving to the RNB that I have really got to know her, we have done many miles of walking during lunchtimes, and with Anne's work ethic (don't be late) I can barely keep up sometimes. She has always been friendly, helpful and supportive to those around her, and I will miss our daily walk's and talk's about family's, holidays and just shooting the breeze!"
"Anne was a kind and caring colleague, always willing to help and offer a kind word when you needed it most.  She will be greatly missed by those that came into contact with her, in fact one of the comments I received back from a department about her leaving was 'Huge loss to the University!' I think this sums it up perfectly."