Retiree Roundup – November
Congratulations to our most recent retirees!
A few of our workplaces had a number of retirees recently. Here are the retirees from:
Unilever (Good Humor-Bryers) Simcoe:
Ken Mitchell – 37 years
Dan Gates 33 years
Donna Gamble – 22 years
Tilly Cooke- 21 years
Peggy Fletcher 20 years
ADM Milling Port Colborne
Doug Garbutt – 39 years
Peter Parry – 35 years
Rolf Nusen – 34 years
Larry – 32 years
Leo Caron – 31 years
Pat Ivankovich – 31 years
Rudy Vink – 31 years
Al Martine – 23 years
Cargill London had a whopping 80 retirees recently! Here are a few pics:
On July 29th Pauline Foley from Food Basics in Cornwall retired after 19 years. Pauline worked in both the grocery and bakery departments. She has been a proud union member and is thankful for the all of the benefits being a part the union has provided her. Her retirement plan is to spend some time to rest and relax and then to travel to different parts of the globe.
Ian Huntley has retired from Zehrs Keswick after nearly 25 years. Ian was also a dedicated steward for more than 15 years. In his retirement Ian has moved to Elliott Lake where he works part-time at No Frills.
On August 25th Karen McMillan retired from Metro #314 in Arnprior where she worked for nearly 25 years. Karen says she has enjoyed every minute since! She is enjoying her retirement by visiting her children, spending time with her grandchildren and biking almost every day.
William (Bill) Tierney worked for Metro for 46 years. Bill started at the A&P in Pembroke then when the store converted in 2002 he transferred to Arnprior where he retired from in September 2018. Since then Bill has enjoyed playing lots of golf and cards with his friends, and is also and helping a friend out at his business. Bill is enjoying having more time to spend with family.
Anne Andrecheck worked in the pharmacy at Rexall in Renfrew for the last 16 years and retired on November 30th 2018. Anne says the things she is looking forward the most is having more time with her grandchildren and to relax. Anne says she will miss her co-workers but in retirement she can’t wait to get back at her two favorites hobbies. Gardening which she said she never had enough time for and she will be getting the canvas out and start painting again.