By Andrea Johnston, Director of Admissions & Education
Law Society of Saskatchewan
It is with mixed emotions that we announce the retirement of one of our long-term employees, Linda Euteneier. Linda has been with the Law Society of Saskatchewan for almost 15 years. She started on September 2, 2003, job sharing the front desk receptionist position and eventually filling that role full time. She remained in that position until she transitioned into her current CPD Administration role in 2010, when the Law Society established an Education Department and implemented the mandatory CPD program. Linda has survived an office move, several renovation projects, numerous changes in management and most importantly, the early years of mandatory CPD! At the commencement of our CPD program, Linda constituted half of our two person department. She played an integral role as we developed and implemented the CPD program initially, and has continued to be an important and respected member of our team as we have evaluated, revised and grown the program.
Now, after almost 15 years with the Law Society, Linda has decided it is time to move on to bigger and better things….retirement. Linda’s last day with the Law Society will be June 29, 2018. Linda has been a very loyal and dedicated Law Society employee and has assisted our members promptly and efficiently throughout the entirety of her time with the organization. We will miss Linda’s work ethic, patience, sense of humour, and down to earth attitude.
We wish Linda all the best as she moves into this next chapter of life with more time to enjoy her precious granddaughter, gardening, friends, family and everything else she loves. Congratulations to Linda on her well-deserved retirement!