Pat Miller to retire after 35 years of dedicated service

June 2nd, 2011 by admin

After 35 years, Pat Miller's eyes are still bright and her smile is infectious--or is she dreaming of her retirement?

Pat Miller, TIEE’s longest-term employee and the organization’s head Occupational Therapist, has announced that she is retiring in June.

One of the TIEE’s genuine treasures, Pat has provided truly dedicated service to TIEE’s students with special needs and to the organization itself since 1976.  Pat was awarded TIEE’s Professional of the Year in 1989, the second year the award was given, for the consistent quality of her programming for and service to her students.

As dedicated as she has been in her delivery of OT services, Pat has also been a constant contributor to the organization’s extra-curricular and professional training activities.  An avid traveler who has been to all of the continents, Pat and a group of her family and friends are planning to devote more time to exploring the world and we expect that she will also spend more time at her backwoods Montana retreat.

TIEE is planning a memorial to her years of quality service that will be installed at Children’s Workshop.  Congratulations Pat, and thank you so very much for all the years of your dedicated service.