Roslyn Tribe farewells Chesterfield Goondiwindi after 35 years of service

Farewell: Rozzie is caring and kind, always making time for a cup of tea and a chat. She will be missed by the Chesterfield Australia family.

Farewell: Rozzie is caring and kind, always making time for a cup of tea and a chat. She will be missed by the Chesterfield Australia family.

In May 1983 a young lady walked into the Chesterfield Goondiwindi branch looking for a job, only to be told “no we don’t need you, us guys can run this show”.

A few months later in October 1983 Roslyn Tribe got a call from the then branch manager John Cronin, “Remember us?” he asked. And that was the beginning of the Roslyn Tribe story at CA.

When the John Deere franchise started operations in Gundy, a ‘girl Friday’ was needed to help out with harvest and business picking up. For the last 35 years Rozzie has been dedicated to the clients and offering top class support to the sales team and anyone else who needed a helping hand.

Rozzie has demonstrated an almost limitless passion, energy and commitment to her work and clients; and while these qualities abound they don’t come close to matching her pride in the local community.

Rozzie is caring and kind, always making time for a cup of tea and a chat. She is loyal, selfless and generous; with her time and knowledge and a joy to be around.

Rozzie, the team are sure going to miss you, but you will always be part of the Chesterfield Australia family.