Lesley Murray, faithful Office Manager, will be stepping away this November

Lesley Murray, our faithful Office Manager, will be stepping away this November

2020 has been a time of reflection for many. This has also been true for us at Frank Wright Mundy. Our long serving, dedicated Office Manager Lesley has decided to take a much deserved retirement at the end of November. There is a note of thanks from the Chairman below. Lesley has always put our customers first and will be hugely missed by us all. Lesley wanted to say her own goodbye to you all.


To say that 2020 has been a challenging year would be something of an understatement, however, it has brought into sharp focus how important it is to spend time with family.

With this in mind I have decided to step away from Frank Wright Mundy. My husband is quite a bit older than me and having raised four children we now have six wonderful grandchildren to spoil and enjoy.

However, I could not leave without thanking my amazing customers, who have been an absolute joy to speak with and assist in any way I could.

I would also pay tribute to the Payne family, owners of Frank Wright Mundy who have been wonderful to work for and so supportive when required.

I will miss each and every one of you, and would take this opportunity to wish you all every happiness in the future, whatever that might hold.

With fondest love,

Lesley Murray (Mrs)

A message of Thanks from Our Chairman:

It is with sadness that we confirm that our faithful servant Mrs Lesley Murray will be retiring at the end of November 2020.

Lesley joined the Company In December 1990 when the business moved to North Wales and Lesley took the position of Office Manager, a position she has diligently performed for 30 years. Many of our customers will immediately recognise her voice answering the telephone, answering the questions and solving the problems.

Lesley will be greatly missed as she also policed the activities covering the whole of the office building.

We wish Lesley a very happy and enjoyable retirement, allowing her to read many more books, enjoying the grandchildren and keeping husband Ray in order!

John Payne

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