WAMMCO International Katanning would like to take the opportunity to recognise the service of Cheryl Wallis, who retired on the 11 July 2007 from the Katanning Processing Plant.
Cheryl has proven to be a dedicated and reliable employee during her 14 year employment at our Katanning site. Cheryl’s time at Katanning saw her undertake varied duties throughout the processing plant, making a significant contribution to the Co-operative.
Cheryl has been an enthusiastic employee who always had a smile and was a pleasure to work with. We wish her all the best for her future, enjoying her many hobbies which include quilting, cross stitch and looking after Russell.
All the best Cheryl!
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