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MESSAGE FROM STEPHEN August 30th, 2011Dear Friends,As you may be aware, I have retired as Honorary Secretary of the Republic of Ireland Branch of the Association as from May 2nd, 2011. The reason for my retirement is the fact that the sight in my left eye has been deteriorating over the past two years and I found as a result the work quite difficult. My health otherwise T.G. is very good. I am still driving ( in daylight only) and enjoying life to the full.I am remaining on the Executive Committee, and Mr. Michael Murphy has been unanimously appointed your new Honorary Secretary. I wish to extend to Michael my sincere good wishes and I am satisfied he will do an excellent job. I started work with the Royal Liver as District Clerk in Dundalk Office on October 3rd, 1941 as a result of being successful in an inter-school competitive examination. At that time Dundalk District had 17 agents, mostly part-time - all old terms ( there was nothing else), and the total debit was £100 per week. There was no Clerk or Inspector assistance of any kind, and the district qualified for one Clerk on reaching £100 weekly debit and that was the reason for the vacancy and my appointment. The debit mainly consisted of Table 2 and Table A and a little Ordinary Branch. When you realise that there were 17 agents you see that some debits were less that £1 per week. It took over 16 years of progress to qualify for another ClerkIn 1945 the men in the Irish Emergency Army were demobbed and returned to their jobs. Art McArdle returned to the Post Office, and when I did the Royal Liver post each day Art sold me the stamps. When Mr. Toner, the Royal Liver delegate from Dundalk retired in the 1950s, Art was interested in the vacancy and this led to his position on the Committee of Management.I feel very sad when I remember the great Royal Liver Society where I worked for over 50 years, the wonderful dedicated people who were employed in the society, and its sad end. However, that`s life, and the laughter/comradeship and happy memories lift my spirits when I recall them. Gods blessing to all.Best Wishes,Stephen .

MESSAGE FROM MICHAEL MURPHY IRISH HONORARY SECRETARYI joined Royal Liver in 1972, straight from school, joined as a clerk in Finglas office.I worked for 7 years before going on the road as a WT/NT agent in the Ballymun area in March 1979.I was appointed as ADSM in 1991 and then manager Dublin North Sales Office, in June 1992.The title may have changed over the next 14 years but the job remained the same.We were all made redundant in 2006.Its amazing how a career lasting 34 years canbe put down in 5 lines!RegardsMichael

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