Cashier retires

George Dunlop makes the retiral presentation to Moirs Napier of Thorntons on Friday evening with her colleagues looking on.
George Dunlop makes the retiral presentation to Moirs Napier of Thorntons on Friday evening with her colleagues looking on.

Mrs Moira Napier of Arbroath retired as cashier at Thorntons, solicitors, after 34 years in the post.

On leaving school in Carnoustie she took up a post as an office junior with Anderson Grice of Carnoustie. She then trained as a florist in Carnoustie before, in anticipation of her marriage to Alex Napier, moving to work with Ferriers, Florists, Market Place, Arbroath.

In 1978 she took a change of direction attending Dundee College before taking up a cashier post with local solicitors, Neill & Mackintosh. In 1990 on the amalgamation of the two legal firms she moved across to Thorntons at Brothockbank House as cashier and remained there until her retiral.

Current and previous colleagues joined Moira at a retiral reception where she received a bracelet from the partners of the firm and a bicycle from her work colleagues.