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Court staffer retires after 40 years on the job

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam's legal community said goodbye to the longest-serving employee at the District Court of Guam today.  Rosita San Nicolas has dedicated four decades of her life working as the chief deputy clerk at the District Court, serving three different chief judges.

She was recognized for her dedication and service during a special ceremony at the Guam Bar Association's Annual Conference for Continuing Legal Education.  "What I do puts an impression on what the court is, so my demeanor puts a lot of meaning to how we represent the court."

An official retirement ceremony will be held on the 13th of next month at the District Court in Anigua.

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