Re: [Histonet] Retirement

From:Rene J Buesa

Congratulations with your retirement but don't do what I guess your are going to do, namely, abandoning Histonet!
  Do as I do, I am also retired but had made the commitment of still trying to being helpful to others by participating in Histonet. As a matter of fact I am more helpful to others now than before retirement.
  You do that too. People with 42 years of experience are difficult to come by, and you should share it with everybody else.
  René J. 

Malam Jacqueline  wrote:
  I will be retiring in two weeks after nearly 42 years in Histology at the
Royal Infirmary, Lancaster, UK and I would just like to thanks everyone who
has helped me over the past few years. It has been a pleasure to read and
maybe help others and what a brilliant way of sharing information and
improving what we do. To all those people out there in far away places with
strange-sounding names - keep up the good work - you're worth it!
Best wishes

Jacqui malam

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