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Letter #1:

It is with personal regret but warm wishes that I announce the retirement of Jane Doe, effective May 31. Jane's leaving marks the end of an era for XYZ agency. We are indebted to her vision and commitment for propelling us to our present position in the treatment field. Her work has assured our continued success.

We will honor Jane for her contributions in a farewell reception to be held in the President's Ballroom at 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Friday, May 30. We invite all employees to extend their good wishes to Jane in her new endeavors.

Letter #2:

We are at once delighted and disheartened to announce that Jane Hill is retiring. Her last day is December 5. Jane has been a tremendous employee. She is gifted with great compassion for her clients and kind nature.

Jane's retirement is our loss, but a well-deserved respite for her. We are throwing one last party for her before she heads south to Miami. Call Connie for party details. We all wish Jane the very best.

Letter #3:

XYZ agency announces the early retirement of Jane Hill from the company's Board of Directors. Jane joined the Board of Directors in 2004 after the department acquisition of  the treatment program.

Join me in congratulating Jane on her richly deserved independence and leisure.  We??ll miss you, Jane, but we wish you the best with future plans to travel and show your paintings.

The Board has named Cooper Smith as her successor and expresses its sincere confidence in Mr. Smith's abilities and qualifications to assume Jane Hill??s executive roles. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Hill well as they enjoy Jane's retirement together.

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