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February 01, 2009 

Congratulations to Jerry Greenwell on Retirement From Census

The front page of the recent edition of the Census Bureau's AES Newsletter contains the following story on Jerry Greenwell's recent retirement from Census after 36 years of government service:

Yes, the rumors are true! Trade Ombudsman Jerome (Jerry) Greenwell retired in early January 2009, after more than 36 years of federal service, all of it in the Foreign Trade Division (FTD) of the U. S. Census Bureau. At the time of this publication, Mr. Greenwell had not announced his future plans, but hoped to continue in the area of export compliance. We congratulate Jerry Greenwell on his retirement and numerous accomplishments, and thank him for many years of excellent service representing the FTD throughout the trade community.
Ms. Dale Dickerson Kelly has been named Assistant Division Chief for Data Collection Programs and Mr. Joe Cortez is now Branch Chief of the Regulations, Outreach, and Education Branch. Along with Jerry Greenwell and Bill Bostic, Ms. Kelly and Mr. Cortez played major roles in the publication of the new FTR published in the Federal Register last year.

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