Thanks and Best Wishes to Jan Seymour
The end of 2014 marks a significant milestone for Gilman Partners. After nearly 30 years with us, Jan Seymour will retire. During her time at Gilman Partners and our predecessor firms, she's played many roles including team leader, grammarian, and den mother. She's also our linguistic specialist and is able to say hello and goodbye in 97 languages. However, most importantly, has been the role she has played in serving our clients. She has always put their interests first and worked tirelessly to ensure they were able to attract the best possible talent. In recent years, Jan has worked with a large number of nonprofit clients. Organizations like Cincinnati Works, the regional chapter of the American Red Cross, the Mayerson Academy and the Union Institute and University have all benefited as they've added to their leadership ranks. She also has an impressive list of long time clients who call when they have a need. One of these, Chris Nawalniec of Stedman Machine Company had this to say about her: "Jan has been a true professional, helping our company fill key positions. Working with her for over 20 years, she always conducts searches like a true business partner. She never compromises on what we she is asked to do with the results being nothing short of excellent." We're sad to see her go and we'll miss her daily presence in the office. However we are excited for her and eager to hear about her next adventures. We're better off as a result of her association with us and we wish her nothing but the best.
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