Snow is leaving
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To the Editor;

After 24 years of work at Seasons Condominiums, someone is retiring!

This man was at Seasons from its inception and watched it grow. He started first with the construction and then April of 1989 he took a full-time position on the Seasons maintenance team. This man has done many things at Seasons and spent many a night there. From daily work (too much to mention) to after-hours calls with lockouts, fire alarms, no heat, and frozen pipes, he was there.

Over the years he has made many friends, from staff employees, to subcontractors, homeowners and renters alike. Known to some as John, some as Senior, some as Snowman, and to others as Snowball.

Yes, we are talking about John Snow Sr. We thank you for your years of service and dedication! We worked together; we laughed together; we cried together!

No words seem to express how we truly feel. You will be missed.

We love you, Snowman!

Kit Cleanthes, Amanda Cross, and the Seasons staff

Dover
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Ray Overton
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February 07, 2013
John, congratulations on your retirement. It was a pleasure working with you for nearly a decade and I certainly appreciated all your efforts both during normal business hours and especially on all those late night calls. More importantly, there were the days in the fields, stacking bales both on the wagon and then in the barn. Good luck, my friend and enjoy.

Ray


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