Retirement Letter To Company, Sample & Format

Introduction:

A retirement letter to the company is written by an employee of the company who is going to retire soon. In every country, there is a particular age after which a person is considered to be a senior citizen, and so he has to retire fro his place of work. Any person who is going to get retired should send in a retirement letter to his or her company to officially retire from their office. This letter might be later used for official uses in the future. This letter is not necessarily very official but can also be used to write down some sweet memories that the person has of working at his company for so many years.

This is a formal letter, and so a format which should be formally correct and error free has to be followed while writing this letter. You should thank your company for all the good times and should also thank your friends and colleagues for all the times spent together.

Sample Letter:

From,

Miles Low Jones

35 Lakeview Way Road
SWEDA WA 6306

DD/MM/YYYY

To,

Shaila Stuart Mathew

Manager

FYL pharmaceuticals

41 Adamsville Mall Road
Laredo, TX 78040

Dear Ma’am,

Re: Retirement letter

I am writing this letter with the information on my due retirement the next month. I will be celebrating my 65th birthday next month which brings me to the end of my working life. It will be a very hard job for me to stop working so suddenly but that is what I need to do now. I am informing you about my retirement 45 days ahead of time so that you can arrange for some other staff to replace me until the end of the month. It has been a wonderful 35 years at your company, and I would never trade those memories for everything. A special thank you for always cooperating with my problems and for always being there for the team whenever we needed your support. I have learned a lot from you and a very big thank you for that.

I hope the company will miss me just like I will immensely miss its presence in my life. It was a part of me, and it will be difficult to part away now.

Thanking You,

Miles Low.

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