Postal worker retires after 44 years, never took a sick day1/29/2013
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night could keep U.S. Postal Service employee Deborah Ford from making it to her clerical job at Detroit's main post office. Ford retired Wednesday after 44 years on the job – without ever taking a single, solitary sick day. Nope. Not even one. If she needed to go to the doctor, she took vacation time, and if she felt under the weather, she'd "shake it off." Her sick-leave balance of 4,508 hours will net Ford a 5 percent pension boost, which is nice. Also nice: Although Ford may not have missed a day, she says she'll "certainly miss the people" she's worked with. [Source]
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