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Nurse Mary gets VIP treatment.

A COVENTRY nurse was given a special send-off after clocking up 40 years of service.

Mother-of-two Mary Lear, aged 65, from Exhall, who retired from Earlsdon Clinic, has treated thousands of people during her career, which includes working at Walsgrave Hospital and serving 15 years as a district nurse.

Staff and former colleagues held a farewell ceremony at the clinic, in Earlsdon Avenue South, where they presented her with a camera, clothes vouchers, flowers and a bottle of champagne.

Auxiliary nurse Pauline Webb said: "Mary is very thorough, very professional and a very nice person.

"She likes travelling, so she'll probably be doing some of that now. We will miss her."

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FOND FAREWELL: Mary Lear with primary care development manager Lesley Williams. Picture: CHRIS RADBURN
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Sep 26, 2001
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