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This month will see us bid farewell to a long standing and much-loved member of the LotusWorks US team – Debbie Walker Financial Controller. Debbie will retire at the end of this year, and we extend our very best wishes to her for a long and enjoyable retirement.

Debbie has been a significant contributor to LotusWorks in the US and Debbie witnessed the growth of the company from the very beginning, when the first LotusWorks office opened in the US in 2006. She saw the company grow from seven to the existing team of one hundred and eighty.

Speaking on behalf of the Leadership team, Director James Casey, credits Debbie for being instrumental in the success of LotusWorks in North America. “Debbie is a true professional and we admire her financial ability. Debbie is also like a mother to our guys who travelled overseas for work projects, she always made sure they had what they needed and contacted them as they settled into new locations. Debbie has played a major part in our success; we will miss her; she was always available on the phone when needed. We will be sad to see her go but Emer, Gerard and I wish her all the best in her future endeavors”.

Debbie confirmed that she is sad to leave her role, her LotusWorks colleagues and the company but is looking forward to spending more time with her family “When you love what you do, work doesn’t feel like work, I enjoyed showing up to my office every day. LotusWorks is family to me. As much as I am sad to leave you all, I am excited to be able to spend more time with my husband and my family.  I would like to thank all of you again and I wish the best for each one of you.”

The support and encouragement Debbie delivered during the difficult and the good times were inseparable. The business and all in it are thankful for her patience, kindness and the love Debbie shared. We learnt a lot from Debbie.
We thank Debbie for her hard work throughout the years and wish her all the very best in her retirement and all the wonderful adventures that now await her in the years ahead.

Best of luck Debbie.


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