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Transcript of Linda's Retirement
Best wishes on your retirement! You will be greatly missed!
Fran Kirchner I enjoy waking up and not having to go to work. So I do it three or four times a day. ~Gene Perret Linda,
I will always remember the famous saying you would come to me with; "Mr. Cobb, we have a little bit of a problem." Needless to say, it was never a little problem in Emotional Support land but I appreciated your patience and diligence to help solve the problem at hand. I have enjoyed working with you and I wish you a happy and rewarding retirement! Thank you for all the hard work you have given to North Salem and our students.
Best Regards - Chris Linda,
I always appreciated your heart felt smile you offered each and every day!
I will miss you dearly. Enjoy, you certainly deserve it!!
Debbie Ginnetti Linda:
You are an amazing lady, friend, and teacher! I will miss having you in my room every day! Your warm smile, laugh, and stories kept me sane with the afternoon language arts class! The students also appreciated you and treasured your insight while learning. Thank you for your years of service. You have given so much to the most needy of students and have made a difference. Please keep in touch! We will miss you dearly!!
I have always enjoyed your pleasant conversation whenever our paths have crossed. You always have a smile to share, and it brightens my day. I also have to admit, your answers to the trivia questions this year often blew me away!! I wish you all the best in retirement.
Deb O’Donnell Linda,
You surely will be missed at North Salem by all of us. We could always enjoy a good laugh with your great stories. No one can tell a story quite like you! You always make us smile. Enjoy your retirement!
Linda Harbold On behalf of the Lincoln Intermediate Unit #12, I would like to thank Linda Cosgrove for her 21 years of service with our organization. Linda has served as a paraprofessional in a number of different classrooms during her time with us and has provided invaluable support to many teachers, parents, and students. She will be greatly missed among the staff and students of the emotional support program as a result of her many contributions over the years.
Supervisor, Emotional Support/Lion's Pride Academy
Lincoln Intermediate Unit #12 Linda,
It was such a pleasure getting to work with you throughout this year.
You truly were great with the kids and I know everyone will miss you.
Enjoy your retirement, you deserve it!
I have been so lucky to work with you
for the past four years. You have become such a
good friend and valued coworker. I've learned so much
from working with you. You are exceptional at your job and do it so flawlessly I'm still figuring out all of the millions of things that you just took care of without me even realizing it. It's hard to imagine starting a new school year without you. I already miss you so much.
Best wishes for a happy and healthy retirement! I will miss your smiling face and your calm approach with students! Hopefully, we can get together over the summer.
Kathy Czarnik! Linda:
I want to thank you for all the support you have provided to our kiddos over the years. Your genuine concern and loving nature has helped many develop a stronger foundation to be successful in life. Even though you may think they "forget" our class once they leave, many do not forget you and ask me to say, "Tell Mrs. Cosgrove I said hi." I can tell in the way they say it that they truly miss you--as we all will. Thanks for all you have done and do not "forget" about us--do not hesitate to visit us.
I will miss your smile as I walk through the halls of North Salem. Thank you for sharing your positive air! Enjoy the next road on your journey of life!
Sincerely, Beth Kazor Linda,
It's been fun being your classroom neighbor. I'll miss poking my head in and hearing the latest story. Enjoy your retirement! Take care.
Peg Linda, It's been a pleasure to work with you all these years, here and in York City School District.
I wish you all the best on your retirement. Enjoy!!! Beth Hanlon Linda is a lady that has shown how to face adversity with a smile and knew how to co-ordinate her outfits perfectlly with the "Best Hat Selection " EVER!! I will miss her visits to the healthroom to explain to me some of the bizarre maladies of the students in her classroom. MAY YOU BE BLESSED WITH MANY HAPPY AND FULFILLING YEARS IN YOUR RETIREMENT! Love, Tina Life begins at retirement. ~Author Unknown