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Snetterton stalwart to retire

PUBLISHED: 10:40 05 February 2010 | UPDATED: 21:54 07 July 2010

A stalwart Snetterton worker will bid farewell to his friends and colleagues at the end of this week.

A stalwart Snetterton worker will bid farewell to his friends and colleagues at the end of this week.

Lee Guisewill retire from QD after 23 years with the store. He joined in 1987 as a distribution manager in Gorleston, and held the position at various locations before moving to the Snetterton store in 1999.

Mr Guise, , said: “I've enjoyed seeing how the group has grown in size and status over the years.

“It's been a very rewarding time of my life and many of my colleagues have become firm friends.”

QD's marketing manager Alan Hatcher, said Mr Guise had set a precedent in his current role.

“Lee has played a key role in supporting the company's growth and will be missed by his colleagues at the Snetterton centre and across the company as a whole,” he said.

“We all wish him a very long and happy retirement with the time now to pursue his many and varied hobbies.”

Mr Guise will be succeeded by his namesake Lee Thursting who was appointed in December 2009.


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