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Employee recognized for 30 years of work

ADDIE IPPEL was recognized for her 30 years of service to the Co-op (Terrace Co-op until 2005 and now Vanderhoof and Districts Co-op), serving Terrace and surrounding areas out of the local office and lube sale retail, located at 4925 Keith Ave. Here Co-op Director Nirmal Parmar presents her with a gift in appreciation of her long service. - CONTRIBUTED
ADDIE IPPEL was recognized for her 30 years of service to the Co-op (Terrace Co-op until 2005 and now Vanderhoof and Districts Co-op), serving Terrace and surrounding areas out of the local office and lube sale retail, located at 4925 Keith Ave. Here Co-op Director Nirmal Parmar presents her with a gift in appreciation of her long service.
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MANY PEOPLE move from job to job during their lives but others stay with one position with the same company for years, maybe their whole career, and are recognized for that accomplishment.

One such recognition took place earlier this summer by the Co-op here.

Addie Ippel was recognized for her 30 years of service to the Co-op, serving Terrace and surrounding areas out of the local office and lube sale retail, located at 4925 Keith Ave.

Co-op Director Nirmal Parmar took time out to present her with a gift in appreciation of her long service.

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