Peter Moulder may have worked at the Co-op in Roseworth, Stockton, for almost four decades, but those who saw him in the store over the years have finally said goodbye to him as he prepares to retire.
During that time, Mr Moulder has seen generations of families grow up in the area and was branded by many as a “cheerful” and “welcoming” character.
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While many may remember him from the Roseworth store, his most recent store was Ingleby Barwick, where he was also known for his “friendly” customer service.
The community wishes him well in his retirement, describing the store employee as 23797320 and “a brilliant person to have around.”
Not only did his customers wish him well, his former colleagues also wished him all the best for his retirement.
On social media, one person said: “Enjoy your retirement, Peter. It was great working with you. I will miss you so much. There’s no one like you,” while another added: “Good luck in retirement Peter, have fun.” Every minute of it. You are a great person and I enjoyed every minute of working with you.”
https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/23797597.peter-moulder-retires-roseworth-co-op-38-years/?ref=rss Peter Moulder is retiring from Roseworth Co-op after 38 years