Monday, May 7, 2012

Wishing Seymour 'icon' all the best

After working for the Town of Seymour for nearly half a century, Town Clerk Esther Rozum has announced she will retire Sept. 4.
In a story published Sunday about Rozum's retirement, Register Correspondent Jean Falbo-Sosnovich writes that those who know Rozum well describe her as an 'icon' in Seymour.

Working at the same place for 47 years in today's world is no small feat.
Rozum, who says she has enjoyed working with the public over the years, is to be commended for her dedication to the town. 

Here's wishing Rozum a happy and healthy retirement.

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