30th November 2020
Long-serving staff retire from The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society
The maritime charity, The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society – which provides nursing, dementia, residential and respite care to retired seafarers and others at its Banstead-based care home – is saying farewell to two of its longest-serving staff members. Collectively, they have served 95 years.
The Care Home Manager, Anne Kasey, retired in November 2020 after 37 years’ service (she became Home Manager in 2005), followed by Executive Assistant to the CEO, Margaret Brazier MNM, who retires in December after 58 years. Work colleagues and friends since 1983, the two women have seen a raft of changes over their time at the charity, including two relocations of the home, the 150th anniversary of the Society and countless Royal and celebrity visits.
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