Staffer ends 52-year career at Jersey City Medical Center

Mary Caddle, a long-time employee of Jersey City (N.J.) Medical Center, decided to retire last month after 52 years at the facility, according to NJ.com.

Ms. Caddle reportedly began working at the medical center in 1965 as a dietary technician, working her way up to retail manager of the facility, where she ran the food services division and coordinated several events for the medical center. She told NJ.com she prided herself on "making sure everyone was taken care of and instilled those values in the employees she managed," according to the report.

Ms. Caddle said she still "miss[es] her hospital family," despite having only retired one month ago, but is enjoying some much deserved time with her sisters and grandchildren, according to the report.

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