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Mayor wishes Mark Parisi and Margaret Mattuchio a Happy Retirement

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  Mayor Carlo DeMaria, alongside members of the Everett Public Libraries staff, recently wished longtime employees Mark Parisi and Margaret Mattuchio a happy retirement at the Parlin Library.

  Mark has served our city for 32 years, and if you’ve had the pleasure of meeting him, you will know his passion for Everett’s history. That passion can be viewed through an online collection of over 800 items like historical photos, postcards, high school yearbooks and more, all relating to our community. Residents are encouraged to check out this very cool resource to get a glimpse into Everett’s past by accessing digitalheritage.noblenet.org/s/everett/page/welcome.

  Margaret has served our city for almost 24 years. During her time at the library, she was the administrative assistant. She had the important job of ensuring employees and bills were paid and the libraries were well supplied.

  “I’d like to thank them both for their commitment and many years of service to the residents of Everett,” said Mayor DeMaria. “I’m glad we were all able to celebrate this important milestone in their lives together.”

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Mayor Carlo DeMaria, alongside members of the Everett Public Libraries staff, recently wished longtime employees Mark Parisi and Margaret Mattuchio a Happy Retirement.
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Mayo Carlo DeMaria presented Mark Parisi and Margaret Mattuchio City of Everett citations to congratulate them on their milestone.

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