We would like to let you know that a long standing member of our Kerry’s Place team will be leaving us for an exciting new chapter in her life. Deb Ryan will be retiring from her role as Administrative Assistant, a role she has held with us for over 18 years.

Deb started with the Community team and we were lucky enough to have her recently join our Residential family.  There will be a void left in Deb’s absence as she always brought a welcoming presence to the Van Kirk office that will certainly be missed!

Deb’s last day will be October 16th, 2020.

PLEASE JOIN US BELOW IN WISHING DEB ALL THE BEST!!!

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  • Sue Townsend
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    Hi Deb,

    Although I only got to see you a few times during your time at Kerry’s Place I do know how vital you have been to Kerry’s Place. I have always heard wonderful things about you. All the best in this next chapter!!!

    Sue Townsend

  • Tahlia Dyer
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    Hey Deb,

    Thank you so much for all your hard work and approachableness. I know I speak for many when I say that you will be missed! We also can appreciate that time does continue to move. We need to move forward with time, and follow it where ever it takes us.

    All the best in your future endeavors Deb!

    Tahlia Dyer

  • Kelsie Vink
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    Deb,

    It has been a pleasure working with you, even if only from a distance. Wishing you all the best as you head into this next exciting chapter in your life. You will be missed at Kerry’s Place!

    Kelsie

  • Carmela
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    All the best!! 🙂

  • Dixie Howie
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    Deb,

    You certainly will be very much missed at Kerry’s Place. You are one of a kind, so helpful, dedicated, a real go to person over the years for me. It has been a pleasure Deb and I wish you all the very best! Take care and be safe.

  • Ashley v
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    Happy Retirement, Deb! You will be missed. Enjoy and all the best 😀

  • Athena
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    Deb,

    I am so happy for you. I have known you for most of my time with KPAS and I would look forward to seeing you whenever I was down in Brampton. It will be different when I go to the office now. I hope nothing but the best for you in the future and with this new chapter in life. Congratulations Deb! I will miss you

  • Adam Ducker
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    Deb,

    I can’t believe you are leaving! Thank you for all your support over the years, I know you’ll be sorely missed by all at KPAS.

    Enjoy your retirement it’s well earnt for sure!

  • Stafford
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    Deb – Wishing you all the best as you start this exciting new chapter of your life.

    I am sorry that I am unable to find an “envy” emoji.

    Take care and stay well.

  • Sarah
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    Hi Deb! From my time working with you at West Dr. I was so sad to hear you were transferring to another location, now this. Thank you for being so kind and helpful. You are a woman with amazing talents. I enjoyed the laughs and moments we shared. I know how passionate you were about helping others and I wish you the very best in your future. Keep thinking of all the positive things that await you! I’ve already been missing you <3

  • Pawan
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    Happy Retirement Deb!
    Thank you for all your support, including standing at the front door at West Dr. to prevent any incidents of ELOPMENT! LOL. You will be missed. Best of luck!

    • Sarah Abraham
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      Deb,

      I have enjoyed working with you so much over the years! Your constant support to myself and the entire team has made such an impact on us all! I will miss your beautiful smile, and all the laughs you bring. I wish you nothing but the best for your retirement.
      Take care !

  • Anastasia
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    Hello Deb,

    Thank you so much for all the support you have given through the years, navigating through the lending library.
    Wishing you all the best for the next part of your journey

  • Vinu
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    Hi Deb, Happy retirement! You’ll be missed but never forgotten! Wishing you a healthy, wealthy, long and happy retirement!

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