Retirement Message to a Colleague

By | September 14, 2011

Retirement is both a happy and sad occasion. Therefore messages written to a person on his/her retirement can have a touch of sadness or of happiness in them.

Retirement message to a colleague is written by a person to his colleague on his/her retirement day.

Sample Retirement Message to a Colleague:

[blockquote]You have always been an inspiration for me at workplace and it is difficult to find a colleague like you. Now that you are retiring, there will be vacuum in my professional life.[/blockquote]


[blockquote]May god gives all the happiness of the world during your retirement years and enjoy every moment of it. I request you to stay in touch and not forget this colleague of yours.[/blockquote]

[blockquote]You have been a mentor and a friend at the workplace. I would miss a great colleague like you and would like to wish you all the best for your retirement years.[/blockquote]

  • It sad that you are retiring as I would be missing a wonderful colleague. I wish you all the best for your future.
  • I would be looking at the empty workstation beside me and missing you a lot. I pray that you have a happy retired life.
  • [notice noticeType="info" ]I would be missing a colleague who has always been there as a support for me at workplace. Still I would like to wish you a happy retired life.[/notice]
  • May you have a peaceful retired life and spent quality time with your family! It was a pleasure working with you.
  • I have learned a lot from your experience. Wish you best of luck for your retirement years and hope to see you regularly.
  • Its time you take a break from the hardworking years of your life. Thanks for being an inspiration and a mentor to me.
  • You have taught me a lot and helped me survive in this competitive world. Hope you have a great life ahead.
  • You have given a lot to this organisation and I wish you a great retirement and a peaceful life ahead.
  • [notice noticeType="attention" ]Wishing you happy and peaceful years ahead after your retirement.[/notice]

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