Dickinson Dees recognises achievements of long-serving staff
Leading law firm, Dickinson Dees, has recently celebrated the achievements of 18 of its staff for their long service at the firm.
The employees have worked for the firm for a staggering total of more than 340 years between them and have reached various milestones of 15, 20, 25, 30 and even 45 years’ continuous employment.
Senior partner, John Marshall, presented staff with a range of gifts and champagne to celebrate the contribution that they have made to the firm over the years and staff social events have also been arranged.
John Marshall, senior partner at Dickinson Dees, commented: “It’s fantastic to be able to recognise the contribution of our long serving staff, each of whom have played a key role in helping to shape the firm that we are today. Without them we would be unable to provide the service that we do for our clients.”
Joan Young, who has worked at Dickinson Dees since 1997, said: “I have thoroughly enjoyed the fifteen years that I have worked for Dickinson Dees. Although I am officially due to retire in September 2013, I hope that I will be able to stay for a few more years yet. I have made many friends during my time here, and there is always something happening to keep me busy.”
Secretary, Carol Peters-Jones, commented: “I can’t believe that it has been 15 years since I joined the firm, it feels like yesterday! The firm has grown a lot since I first started here and I feel proud knowing that I have played a role in its expansion and development.”
Long service awards were presented to Jackie Riley, Joan Young, Anne Taylor, Lisa Duffy, Kellie Law, Val Taylor, Kim Tate, StephenCarrick, CarolPeters-Jones, Lee Dougherty, David Ferguson, Peter Maxwell, Lee Parbery, Bev Marshall, Ian Gallon, Gillian Anderson, Alison Hedgecock and Elspeth Moncrieff.
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