Happy Retirement, Rose!

Please join us in bidding Rose Kenyon a fond farewell with all our very best wishes, as she retires from a long and successful tenure at Schrader and Company.

Rose became a part of Schrader and Company in 2000, and in her more than 17 years with us has proven to be an invaluable part of our company structure.

Rose’s official title is Staff Accountant, but her role has grown to encompass many duties over the years, including much demanding administrative and marketing work, at which she excelled.

Our clients know Rose as the friendly voice on the phone and cheerful face at the office, ready to assist with anything. Over the years, our customers have always taken the time to tell us how much they enjoy working with Rose, and we have been very proud to have her be the first impression many people receive of Schrader and Company.

Rose is a consummate team player. She is thorough, reliable, and up for any challenge the day might bring. She brought all of these wonderful qualities to our office, as well as her kindness and friendship.

“Rose brought such positivity to our work environment”, says Ben Cangeleri. “She never had a bad day, and beyond her optimism and professional attitude, she was ready to take on any task.”

“In her role, Rose had to work with everyone in the company, and with every client. Her ability to navigate any situation with efficiency and poise has been a tremendous asset to us,” reflects Silas Schrader.

We know that Rose is looking forward to spending lots of time with her beloved family, especially her grandchildren. We hope the days ahead give her much-deserved time to focus on all of her passions and hobbies, including gardening and knitting, and plenty of time outside.

This isn’t a sad goodbye. Rose will always be a part of our Schrader and Company family, and we hope she will stop by and see us often.

Our heartfelt gratitude goes to Rose for her many years of dedication and hard work.

Congratulations on an accomplished career with us at Schrader and Company, Rose–and here’s to your well-earned retirement!