Letter 1

Dear [[Recipient]]:

We are sorry to see you leave and accept your resignation with regret.

You accomplished a great deal for us during your six years as our mechanical engineer. You deserve much of the credit for our smooth running and profitable operation.

We do, however, understand your desire to be near your family. We know you will do as much for your new employer as you did for us. The best of luck to you.

Letter 2

Dear [[Recipient]]:

All the Wesley School members and teachers will miss you very much. Your eleven years as Wesley School Superintendent was an uplifting experience for all of us – in our faith and in our attendance.

No one can replace you, but we will find someone to carry on the work.

We wish you well in your retirement and your move “back to the old homestead,” as you put it.

Letter 3

Dear [[Recipient]]:

The Board of Directors regretfully accepts your resignation as the Chairman of the Supervisory Committee of the Westpac Credit Union.

You worked many long, hard hours auditing the books and the operations of the other committees. We got many new insights through your willing efforts. Your judicious handling of the special meetings during our troubled times of changing managers will never be forgotten by the Board.

We want you to know of our deep appreciation of your work during the past five years, and although our acceptance of you resignation is reluctant, our best wishes go with you.

Letter 4

It is with sadness that I announce the resignation of Miley Cyrus, our Brisbane based crowd pleaser.

Miley commenced with GoGo Productions in 2005 reporting to dual departments Bar and the Cloak room team. She was responsible for billing reconciliation and Premium client reporting where she excelled in both output and her capacity to learn. Miley quickly developed a rapport with staff and management and established a reputation of proficiency, accountability and accuracy.

In May of this Year Miley joined the On stage dancing team taking on the daily reporting tasks and maintaining her responsibilities to the cload room team until August. Miley excelled at her broad range of responsibilities assisting the business to determine costs and opportunity as well as helping in any way that she could to add value.

Miley has gained the respect and admiration from all of her colleagues and unit representatives and I am sure that she will be missed by all.

Miley’s last day will be January 5th 2010 where she will be joining a new organisation in another industry.

Please join me in thanking Miley for her contribution and wishing her the very best for the future