Retirement Goodbye Letter, Sample & Format

Introduction

When an employee in any institution or place comes of age, he or she must publically announce their retirement. In such a scenario the person is stating that they will be leaving the organization for good and therefore goodbyes are in order.

Such letters allow people to be as informal and emotional they’d like. The whole purpose is to tell the people you are writing about the impact they have had not only in your professional lives but personal as well. It is advised to discuss fond memories or instances that are heart warming so that it touches a chord in the heart of the reader. If the writer wishes, he or she can even bring up meeting his or her coworkers outside the office space as a form of a final goodbye to all. Refer to the sample letter given below for more information on how to write such a letter:

Sample

 

To:

UC Office

8th Floor

Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon

1220283

From:

UC Office

8th Floor

Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon

1220283

Subject: Retirement Announcement Letter

Date: DD/MM/YYYY

Respected All,

As you all are aware, my daughter will soon be starting college at Harvard University in the United States of America. Given this enormous opportunity, my wife and I have decided to shift to Boston with her to support her and help with her studies. For this very reason, I will be taking an early retirement.

Yes, it may come as a surprise to you, but I feel I have achieved more than enough in my 58 years and would now like to settle down and enjoy life. As they all very popularly say, retirement is, after all, a second childhood. But more than anything I would like to thank you all for making not only my time but work here beyond special.

Given my age and position, one would label me as the teacher or mentor. However, in reality, I have learned a lot more from every one of you in the past 30 years than I could have ever imagined. Even the young ones that we senior members like to refer to as puppies have helped in this journey. You have kept me on my toes but most importantly, helped me evolve and keep up with the changing times.

The bucket full of memories made only make this a harder goodbye. However, I will keep visiting and promise to keep in touch with all.

Thank you

Raymond Tusk

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