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Mary Griep's Council Memories

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1: Mary, I have mixed emotions about your retirement. On one hand, we are going to miss the openness, candor, and value you bring to the Councils and to the Council Members. On the other hand, we are delighted that you and Larry will have the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful retirement in good health. Over the years you have been one of the most open and sharing Council Members we have had as a Member in the Councils. You have exemplified the definition of a Council Member that truly gives as much if not more than she takes from the membership. Cealy and I wish you and Larry many happy years together in pleasant places. Bob Parent The Conference Board

2: Mary, Best wishes for continued good health, happiness, and great rounds of golf as you retire from 3M. I’m sure you’ll be sorely missed by those who’ve had the great fortune of working with you over the years. I know I’ve enjoyed your camaraderie, insights, and great sense of humor in the 5 years you’ve been with the Quality Council. And your golf game, well, let’s just say.I expect to see you on the LPGA Seniors Tour ! Once again, congratulations to you on a great career as a Quality Leader and to your family as you enter the best years of your life! I’m envious!!! All the best, Karl Karl Schmidt Johnson & Johnson

3: Mary, Words cannot express the admiration I have for you and the significant influence you have had on the success of the quality council. Your insight and passion on performance excellence is contagious. Many including myself have learned much from you. Not a day goes by that there isn't a "Mary" saying or an approach that I can point to learning. You are truly one of the best coaches ! Best wishes always, Cassie Nokia North America

4: Dear Mary, I have only known you from the time I joined the Council. You are the type of person I gravitate to because of your openness, professionalism, and skills, and also because you know to have fun and stay in shape while handling a huge job. I wish you and your husband all the best in retirement! Alex Masetti AIr Products and Chemicals

5: Mary, Here is wishing that your retirement is as rewarding as value your give!As a cornerstone of the Conference Board’s Quality Council, you will be missed!Thank you so much for your contributions to so many of us.And, of course, good luck with your golfing. Jane Farthing PwC P.S. You beat me to my date, 11/11/11!

6: Mary, Mary and I joined the Council at roughly the same time. Since then, I have gained a colleague, friend and mentor. As robust as the Six Sigma and Culture of Quality is at 3M, Mary is always open to learning, listening to others to improve this process. Continuous Improvement and never resting, are not aspirations at 3M, they are business strategies. Congratulations Mary on the many successes you have led at 3M and for your continued contribution to the Conference Board. I value our friendship and wish you only the very best as you start the next chapter of your life. -Kirby Drysen Cisco Systems Inc.

7: Dear Mary, Over the past few years I have come to know you through the conference board council. It has been my pleasure to participate in various meetings with you. Not only have I learned a ton from you, but your demeanor and passion for helping others has left an everlasting impression on me. Thanks for your support, help and advice through these years. Will miss you in the council meetings but am always a call/email away if you ever need anything. Sanjeev Sharma CareFusion

8: Hello Mary, As they like to say in Washington DC, it is with deep regret that 3M and our Six Sigma Council will no longer have the benefit of your presence, wisdom and counsel. Unlike in Washington DC, the statement is true in your case. Our Council will miss your pragmatic experience and intimate knowledge of applying rigorous concepts in a culture of innovation as we attempt to continue our journey toward further engaging Leadership in change initiatives. Without your personal involvement, our Council will not benefit from your rich and provocative comments offered in past council sessions. The accumulated knowledge and practical experience gained during your work at 3M will be missed the most by those who were the beneficiaries of your work. Keep in touch and allow each of us to tap into your knowledge even if we have to pay for it by the hour. Mary, you are a great role model for contagious energy and learning. I enjoyed our brief times together and wish you all the best. Mary, You will be missed!! All the best to you. Regards, Bob Stasey / Analog Devices

9: Mary, You a person who is easy to know, quick with a smile and smart as a whip! What a privilege to meet you. I wish you the very best. Dayde McLaughlin The Boeing Company

10: Mary, Mary has been the leader of one of the nation's most effective Lean Six Sigma programs and in that she has made a piece of history. I will remember her more for kicking my ass on the pre Council golf outings! Regards, Bo Bo McBee HP

11: Mary, Congratulations on your retirement !! Now you will have plenty of time to work on your golf game. You have been one of the regulars in our Conference Board Six Sigma Council Golfing Sub-Team and we will miss you !!! Enjoy your new found freedom and if we ever decide to come to Minneapolis for a meeting, you will be an automatic invite. Your golfing buddy, Don Don Linsenmann DuPont

12: Mary, Congratulations Mary I am happy for you and sad for the Council’s loss. In the short period I have been with the Council I have enjoyed getting to know you and appreciated the experience and knowledge you gave us. Thank you and best wishes to you in your new “career”. Regards, Alan Demers American Express Company

13: Mary, It has been a pleasure knowing you at the Quality Council and working with you on many "projects" so that we all learn from the latest trends and directions. I have enjoyed your straight forward approach to problem solving and your knowledge about so many Quality best practices. You have also been willing to share without hesitation when any of us have had a question or an "itch". You are a true professional. I hope you have the best retirement and do whatever strikes your fancy. You have earned it after 38 years of loyal service to 3M. My congratulations and best wishes for the future. Regards Mike Jesrani IBM

14: Mary, I am sorry to see you leaving our council. We shall be missing the warmth, the customer care and philosophy of 3M—that in many ways could be a benchmark of innovation thru customer participation . But I am also happy that you will be enjoying the well deserved golden years of retirement and improving your handicap far ahead of those of us still struggling to get to fairways because customers come first!!! Regards and best wishes, Hiten Ghosh Hughes Network System

15: Dear Mary, I really enjoyed meeting Mary and interacting with her on the Council. Mary contributed very much to the dialogue within Council meetings. Her passion for Quality and Lean is overwhelming. I am sure she will be missed greatly by her organization. I wish her well in her retirement and hope she relaxes and enjoys many good golfing days! Kristine Dale Corning

16: Mary, Although we have only worked together a short while on the Conference Board, I have really come to appreciate the wisdom that you have brought to the 3M Lean Six Sigma efforts and have been quite impressed by your willingness to share your successes and lessons learned with the rest of us. Your friendly and welcoming manner has made working with the Board that much more enjoyable. I’ll certainly miss you at the meetings and at the “scratch / itch” forums! On behalf of past Xerox representatives (Nancy Rees and Doug Burgess), as well as myself, we wish you all the best in your future pursuits Jeff Koff Xerox Corporation

17: Dear Mary, I wish our time on the council had overlapped more so that I could have gotten to know you better. Best wishes for a wonderful and well-deserved retirement! Sincerely, Candace Sass Eastman Chemical

18: Mary, Congratulations on your retirement! Your warm personality and great insights will certainly be missed on the Quality Council. I'm so glad that I was able to attend the meeting that you hosted at 3M. Wishing you all the best for the next chapter!!! I'm sure it will include some sun and (just a little) golf. All the best, Janet Crutchfield Souter The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C.

19: May yours and Larry's shadows only fall in pleasant places

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