Westmead Hospital’s Postal Services department is farewelling one of their most dedicated staff members.
Teresita Arambulo better known as Tess, walked out of the hospital for the last time on 31 October, after 21 years of loyal service at the hospital.
Tess commenced work with the postal service on 25 November 1996 where she held a supervisory position within the department for a three year period.
Over the years her role was to ensure mail was distributed timely and appropriately, across the hospital.
She said that in her time at the hospital, she built a strong list of contacts which made her role in the department much easier.
“I’ve worked with some very special people while carrying out my work, who I now consider family. I will miss them,” Tess said.
“I’ve recently built a new home in South Australia near the Barossa Valley and would welcome any visitors!”
Postal manager Jude Frazer said Teresita’s high work ethic and attention to detail has maintained the high standard of service delivery expected from the Corporate Services department.
“I appreciate the dedication Tess have given to her role where she has made a significant contribution towards this hospital,” Jude said.
“From all of us – we extend our best wishes to Tess as she takes a long and much-deserved vacation. More time to watch her favourite football team – West Tigers.
“On behalf of everyone that has crossed Tess’ path, we wish her good health and happiness. It has been an honour and a privilege to work with you,” Jude said.