Vicki Carnahan to retire from Center for Human Services after 18 years

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Vicki Carnahan at her retirement party at CHS

By Tanya Laskelle

After 18+ years of dedicated employment and service to Center for Human Services and the local communities in which it serves, Vicki Carnahan is retiring at the end of December.

Vicki started her journey with Center for Human Services as a volunteer and transitioned into employment, performing various jobs such as a child care provider, volunteer coordinator, teaching parenting classes and for the last several years has been the organization’s receptionist and site coordinator at the building on 170th and 15th Ave NE.

Vicki has also been a longtime active member of the North City Business Association.

We will greatly miss Vicki at Center for Human Services and wish her well in her retirement.  The community has benefited greatly from her years of dedicated service.

In Vicki’s own words “Shoreline is a thriving and progressive city that I have been proud to be a part of”.

CHS hosted a retirement party for Vicki. The cake is decorated with her famous words “Center for Human Services, how may I help you?”

Center for Human Services is a community-based nonprofit youth and family services agency that has been a resource to children, youth, adults and families since 1970.


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