A ‘continuously hard-working’ member of staff at a regional law firm has been honoured for a quarter-of-a-century’s service to the company.
Tracey Dawson, 50, of Quadring, began her time at Chattertons Solicitors and Wealth Management in 1992, taking on a role in the conveyancing department at the firm’s Boston office, in Wide Bargate.
Since then Tracey has also worked at the Sleaford office and ventured into the personal injury department in 2012.
Tracey now covers all of the Chattertons’ offices from its Spalding branch as an internal float conveyancer in the conveyancing team.
To celebrate Tracey’s long-service award, the Boston team gathered for a toast.
They were joined by chief executive officer Edward Conway and senior partner and chairman Patrick Cordingley.
Tracey, who was presented with gifts and flowers to mark her 25 years with the company, said: “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time working at Chattertons and look forward to the years ahead, I would like to thank the team for the lovely gifts.”
On why she has stayed with the company so long, she said: “The partners and staff have always treated me very well and are lovely to work with so I have not thought about working elsewhere. I even married one of the staff members!”
Katherine Bunting, solicitor and partner at the Boston office, said: “Tracey is a key team member and her flexibility, personable nature and work ethic makes her a great asset to the entire firm.
“On behalf of all at Chattertons I would like to thank her for her continuous hard work.”
Chattertons Solicitors and Wealth Management have offices in Boston, Grantham, Horncastle, Lincoln, London, Newark, Sleaford, Spalding, and Stamford.
Established in 1856, it is considered to be one of oldest law firms in the UK.
For more information about its services or to contact your local office visit www.chattertons.com