Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano announces the retirement of longtime employee Rosemary Lindeman, affectionately known as the “Gatekeeper” for the Tax Collector’s Office in Gulf Harbors. Rosemary is most often the first person customers greet when they enter that office. Additionally, Rosemary has been trained in all office functions and can be seen serving customers at the front counter as well.
“She has been the cordial and welcoming face of Gulf Harbors, greeting our customers, providing information and often candy during the holiday season,” Gulf Harbors Office Manager Kathy Reilly states. “Her smiling face will be missed.”
“Rosemary’s infectious smile and sweet countenance instantly puts customers at ease,” Mike Fasano comments. “She is one of the most popular members of our team and is well respected by all who know her. Her many years of talented service to this organization will surely be missed.”
During a farewell ceremony on May 1, Rosemary was presented with a plaque commemorating her career with the tax collector. The plaque states: “In appreciation and recognition of your courteous, professional, and dedicated service to the Citizens of Pasco County 2002 – 2014.”
“I understand that Rosemary has many plans to travel with her husband, visiting family and just enjoying life,” Mike Fasano adds. “We all wish her the very best in her retirement.”