So Long, Farewell

Melanie Stewart

Melanie Stewart retired from her post as Payroll Project Director following 35 years of service.

She began her career with NHS Lothian in 1979 and held various posts in NHS Tayside including leading a team which has been at the forefront of the development of the national payroll system.

Melanie is looking forward to spending more time with her friends and family, and walking her dog Stitch.

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Melanie (third from right) with colleagues in Payroll

Iain Moffat

Iain graduated from Strathclyde University in 1978 and worked in retail until 1985 when he joined NHS Tayside as a production pharmacist in charge of sterile production.

Iain is looking forward to spending more time with his family and enjoying cycling, hill walking and skiing.

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Jim Christison

Friends and colleagues wished Jim Christison a happy retirement after 33 years service with NHS Tayside as a theatre orderly.

Jim started at Dundee Royal Infirmary in 1985 and moved to Ninewells south block theatres in 1988. Colleagues say that Jim always went above and beyond his normal duties during his time spent in urology theatres. His presence in theatres will be greatly missed by everyone who had the privilege of working with him.

Jim is loking forward to day trips out and visiting places he has always wanted to see.

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Joyce Gibb

Senior staff nurse Joyce Gibb retired after 47 years service.  Joyce briefly left NHS Tayside to work in London but on returning spent her career at Stracathro Hospital mostly in theatres, surgery and latterly pre-assessment.

A retirement presentation was held for Joyce with family, colleagues and friends attending to wish her a long and happy retirement. ​

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Joyce (front right) at her retiral presentation

 

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