CHEERS - To a job well done. When some people retire, they are given accolades by others from a podium addressing a large group in attendance. Others just go silently - others like Gloversville native Susan Kiernan. For 19 years, Sue's name was synonymous with Nathan Littauer Hospital. At the time of her retirement, she was serving as vice president of development. She was a part of the leadership team and volunteers who have worked to make the hospital and its eight centers an apex of high-quality health care facilities in our area. Sue is one of our shining examples of a person who was born in Gloversville, went off to college and worked in Ohio and Milwaukee, but when the opportunity for professional advancement turned out to be back home, she came back and gave back. She worked hard at her job and in the community through her involvement with the Chamber of Commerce, Mountain Valley Hospice, Family Counseling Center, Soroptimist and more. Thank you, Sue, for coming back home. May you enjoy your retirement and get back to an excellent game of golf.