Village's receptionist is the definition of public service

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I'd like to say, "Hat's Off" and congratulations to one our dedicated village workers. She is Marilyn Michaels, the front desk receptionist serving the public. It's great that she's recognized in the National Register of Who's Who in Executives and Professionals. She is certainly deserving of it. I've been saying she has such tact, diplomacy and care in her manners of providing service to the public.

Marilyn is indeed a gem with the service she provides to us. She is pleasant, sharp, efficient and kind in her work. She doesn't show displeasure with her work, no matter if she isn't in a pleasurable mood. You'd never know she has problems. We all have problems, yet she exhibits the kind of courtesy one would expect all to have. It's no wonder she's recognized in the National Register, Who's Who. She indeed takes great pride in her profession and it shows.

Others need to take a hint and follow suit. Marilyn truly seems to exemplify the kind of professionalism and courtesy in everything she does for us, her deserving public. She gives, whether the public deserves it or not. So "Hats Off" to Marilyn and congratulations! I'm sure many others see the great pride and commitment you have for your job as I do, and the National Register. May you be blessed as you continue and offer to give your best!

Josie "Joie" Pierce
Community volunteer for over 25 years

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