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S: Letters from your co-workers, your friends at Wisconsin Title Service

BC: We will miss you! | The End

FC: "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." ~Ralph Waldo Emerson | on your retirement Sharie

1: Dear Sharie, As you move on to the next chapter of your life know that you will be missed, know that our very best wishes and thoughts go with you. Come visit us often for this is farewell and not goodbye Love, Your Wisconsin Title Service Family | 1982-2010

2: We are | We will miss your professional expertise and your friendship. We wish you only success and happiness in your future endeavors - may they be all that you hoped for. | Sharie, My first "real" job started almost 20 years ago with you sitting across from me. I learned so much about hard work and dedication from you. You are such a vital part of Wisconsin Title - the "glue" that holds it all together. As I created this book I realized what a great impact you have had on your co-workers as well as your bosses. Wisconsin Title was certainly blessed to have you. Now it is time to start new endeavors - and whatever you do I am sure you will be smiling doing it Take care of your pets and your hubby but most of all take care of yourself. Enjoy retirement, Heidi

3: Dear Sharie, I wish you all the best and I will miss you more than you will know. You have been my right arm for so long that I am going to have to learn to be ambidextrous. Our great times at Sam's - challenging ourselves to see how fast we can "get it done." I will continue to save those days for you. All our laughs and our cries will never be forgotten. Someone might be able to do your job but no one can ever replace you. Enjoy your retirement...OOPS! SEMI-retirement, Carrie

4: Dear Sharie, The time has come to start a new chapter in your life. You have the luxury of retiring but helping out as needed. In the 14 1/2 years that I have known you, you have been very kind and caring. Whenever I need an answer on company matters, you always research what I need and get me the help I need. You always have a smile and kind words - you don't know what that means to me. I may get call from disturbed customers or employees who are dealing with a problem customer but I can always count on you for being positive and happy - sometimes we all need that. Warm wishes, Sharon

5: Not just a co-worker...a friend | The trouble with retirement is that you never get a day off -Abe Lemons

6: no alarm clock no pressure no worries | Retirement - the world's longest coffee break | Retirement - the world's longest coffee break

7: Retire from work but not from life | You will always remain part of our family

8: Trust what you know, Have faith where you go; If there is no wind - row... Or go with the flow

10: Gone Fishin' | Sharie, It has been a true blessing working with you. Your pleasant attitude and smile was always appreciated. Just make sure you do not catch more fish than Danny or he may not want to take you. Have a Merry Christmas and take time to praise God for his Great Gift. His Son. Take Care, Jeff

11: Good friends are the rare jewels of life... … difficult to find and impossible to replace. | time to take a break | I will miss you Sharie - you're the only one that can out-hustle me at the office! You have a pleasant demeanor and are always upbeat. Enjoy your (semi)retirement. Ryan

12: Don't forget to miss us!


14: It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are. ~e.e. cummings

15: Enjoy the little things for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things. - Robert Brault

16: Hope your dreams take you to the corners of your smiles, to the highest of your hopes, to the windows of your opportunities, and to the most special places your heart has ever known.

17: Wherever you go, whatever you do, do it with all your heart | Retirement - where you can put your feet up at work

18: Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

19: The key to retirement is to find the joy in the little things | Sharie, Things to do when you retire... Sleep in late or not... Go on a trip or not... Come to the office or not... But most of all use your new found freedom to do as you please each day. Enjoy your retirement, Sherree

20: Retirement - the beginning of life, not the end

21: Relax, time is on your side

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