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Administrator of courts retiring after 30 years on the job

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Friday marks the last day on the job for administrator of the courts Perry Taitano, who retires after 30 years of service to the Government of Guam.  Taitano had previously retired from the court back in 1994 and a decade ago he was asked to return to assist the Guam Judiciary with its reorganization efforts.

While no announcement has been made on who will be the new administrator of the courts, Taitano offers some advice. "Earn that respect from your peers and from those below you and they can turn around and return that several fold back to you," he shared. "They feel that they have skills that you desire from them and they want to give their best and when you can draw that from anyone, there's not a better outcome."

Taitano says in all of his years of service, he believes the Judiciary is by far the best agency to be employed in the government.  He was recognized today with a legislative resolution commending him for his service and congratulating him on his retirement.

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