Well Deserved Retirement for Skeeta

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Skeeta Centre with some of her workmates

Kerin Robertson, affectionately known as Skeeta by everyone, is retiring after 35 years at Tewantin Noosa RSL.  A well known and much loved member of the RSL team she will be sorely missed by staff and members of the club.

Skeeta has seen lots of change in the club including four stages of growth and two refurbishments.   Her career with the RSL started with work on the bar and she progressed to become a key part of the management team as Gaming Manager.

Skeeta is taking long service leave prior to her official retirement and plans to spend some time with her husband Steve, sailing the seas, cruising and spending time with family and friends.

“Skeeta has been a valuable part of our team, she is supportive of all the staff and has a huge amount of knowledge and experience.  It will be sad to see her go but she’ll remain part of the RSL family,” said CEO Phil Stephenson.

“We will certainly miss Skeeta, she is like a work mum to us all here.  She’s always there to talk, laugh and give encouragement,” said HR Manager Katie Young.

 
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