Kathy Seaver Retires as Town Clerk After 45 Years

David Scanlan, Kathy Seaver, and Bill Gardner
Kathy L. Seaver, Farmington resident and Town Clerk/Tax Collector for 45 years officially retired on April 6, 2020. On Friday, March 13, 2020, the Town of Farmington held an open house to celebrate Kathy's retirement at the Town Hall.

Guests included her family, members of the Selectboard, and other town employees, past and present, former town administrators, and election workers. New Hampshire Secretary of State, Bill Gardner, and Deputy Secretary of State, David Scanlan were also in attendance along with state senators and representatives, and many friends.

Selectboard Chair, Paula Proulx addresses Kathy.
Kathy received certificates from Governor Sununu, Senators Maggie Hassan and Jean Shaheen and Representative Chris Pappas. The people of the Town of Farmington were blessed to have Kathy serve our town for so many years.  She put training programs in place to help others and was known and respected statewide for her knowledge and expertise in her position. Kathy was the “go to” person for town clerks and tax collectors throughout New Hampshire.

We want to thank Kathy for all the time and effort she put into the job on our behalf, and wish Kathy the very best in her retirement. We look forward to seeing you around the town.

Happy Retirement, Kathy!  Enjoy your retirement.  You certainly have earned it!

Left to Right: Deputy Secretary of State David Scanlan, Kathy Seaver, Secretary of State Bill Gardner, Farmington State Representative Joe Pitre, and State Senator James Gray

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