Sample Designs & Wording Messages
Appreciation Teacher Gift From ClassWith Sincere
Alfred University wholeheartedly
thanks you for your patience,
dedication, understanding and
You taught us a lot in a short
period, but best of all you ended
this rewarding journey with us.
Teacher Career RecognitionRECIPIENT NAME
You embraced all who came...
leading them beyond their
imagination and teaching them
beyond their dreams.
With deepest appreciation
for 35 years of service to
the students, staff and faculty of
Southwest Parke Community
Best Wishes Gift From Students & FacultyBest Wishes!
Thank You for 28 Years of Service
to Medgar Evers College, CUNY
You have been a blessing to your
colleagues and students.
Retirement is only the
beginning of the next stage of
your life and we know you
will make the most of it.
We will miss you!
Your Medgar Evers College
Students, Faculty & Staff
Years of Service Gift for School TeacherRecognizing
24 Years of Excellence
A heartfelt thank you for your
many years of resolute dedication,
spot-on leadership, sincere compassion
and generous commitment to the
Gateway School and its students.
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