S: Employee Communications 2010 - 2012
FC: Katherine Webster Employee Communications 2010 - 2012
1: Katherine: For about a million reasons you were a wonderful member of Employee Communications and our Rewards & Recognition team. Your commitment, passion, patience, stakeholder management, never ending ability to do whatever it takes, and your sense of humor are only a few attributes I will always remember about you and why I am so sad to see you go. But I am thrilled for you and your career and wish you all the best. Shannon
2: Katherine: Thanks so much for leaving Retirement to me in your EC R&R will as you pass on to another HR life. I believe this photo to the left is symbolic of my days ahead. Best of luck in your new travels and adventures. But don't get too comfortable—I have your phone numbers (work, cell and home) tattooed on the back of my hand. Dave
5: Aw, shucks. I finally get on to the same team as you and you bail. So not fair. I am very happy for you, though. What a wonderful opportunity! Congratulations and best wishes! --Carmen
6: Katherine, We'll forever be bonded because of our work together on the retirement program. I couldn't have made it through without you! It was such a joy getting to know you. We laughed, we cried, we survived and got an IAA! What a nice ending! Let's celebrate the past and your future. You will do amazing things in your new job/org. All the best to you, Linda
8: Katherine – I will miss you madly. You have been such a warm and wonderful presence on our team. I know you'll do great things and that your new team will love you as much as we do. All the best, Claudette
10: Fun times together: KW cleaning Rick’s (filthy) cube while helping me decorate for his return from sabbatical. Exchanging jokes about Home Maintenance tasks and how much we'd save on plumbers and handyman if we had a half-way competent man around the house. Add to Calendars for Retirement seminars – over and over again! Random vuvuzela jokes (and sound effects). Renate
11: Katherine, I came in to this group, took your job and your friendship and treasure both. Sincerely, Elizabeth
12: Katherine, It has been a pleasure working with you and you are going to be greatly missed. I admire your professional and always positive attitude! Congratulations on your new position, you will be great! Keep in touch! Best wishes, Michelle
13: Katherine, Best wishes to you in your new role! I really enjoyed getting to know you and having you as a part of our team. I still have my yellow duckie and am reminded daily of this treasure you shared with us. Thank you! Don't be a stranger, we are not far and nor are you. Hugs and best, Judy
14: Who | Your ducks were a hit. Who knew it was so easy to amuse Mike?
15: Katherine, Becoming friends with you adds to my good fortune at Intel. You are a wonderful person! I know you to be: An excellent, persevering, award-winning communicator; A fabulous mom and a super hot significant other (we don't like the word ‘girlfriend’); A generous friend, with a generous son, who are both gracious and giving hosts; a loving daughter, a loyal granddaughter with a big heart and passion for her roots; and A dear, trusting, fun-filled, and always wonderful FRIEND. You've made a tremendous impact on me, R&R,, and Intel already... Now I wish you every best thing in your next role as an experience manager. Yours, el
18: Katherine: It was a pleasure working with you. Best of luck in your next adventure. Dee | KDubs – I will miss my EC “twin” immensely. We've taken many big jumps together over the past two years, from joining EC to getting our butts kicked at CorePerformance. While I’m devastated you're leaving me alone on this journey, I’m glad you won’t be going very far -Leslie
19: Best of luck to you Katherine. You will be missed. CHEERS!