Lynn joined Mannia & Company in March of 2003 after thirty-two years in the private sector. So now after 45 years in accounting, she is looking forward to a “much reduced” time schedule. Lynn will continue to work a few days a week and whenever there is a need.
The alarm clock has been turned off, but she is busier than ever. Lynn is teaching a first-grade religion class, is on a “team” at St.Vincents and is active in the St.Vincent de Paul Society helping those less fortunate.
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