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Longest-serving employee of MCK retires


The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke  announced today that Kenneth Diabo has officially retired from the organization after 42 years. At the time of his retirement he was the longest-serving MCK employee, having begun his career on July 30, 1973.
He began as Welfare Administrator at that time and remained in the same department his entire career. He retired as Income Security Case Officer, a position he held since 2009.
“Forty-two years is a long time to dedicate to one employer – and to one’s community,” said Grand Chief Joseph Tokwiro Norton. “Kenneth was very dedicated and hard-working. And he was definitely low-key; he didn’t want a big deal made of his retirement, and we’ve abided by his wishes. But we really need to acknowledge a man whose career encompassed parts of five decades, hence today’s announcement.”
“On behalf of the entire organization and, especially, those who worked closely with Kenneth over the years, we wish him all the best in his retirement,” he continued. “We hope his days will be filled doing the things he wants to do, and spending more time with the people he loves.”

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