Maxine Lindsay Happily Retires from IRS After 35 years

Maxine Lindsay Preparing to Enjoy Maximum Retirement  – Maxine “Max” Lindsay celebrated with family, friends, and co-workers 35 years working for the Internal Revenue Service (Jacksonville, FL). Her official retirement begins January 1, 2016.  The gathering was held Saturday, December 12th at the Jacksonville Landing in the Deep Blue Room.  Over 60 people came to celebrate Maxine’s accomplishments.  Friends, family and co-workers traveled from as far as San Francisco and New Jersey to honor the retiree. Maxine was an ex-military wife and high school English teacher prior to accepting a position in Jacksonville in 1982.  She had worked previously in Germany as an Army education counselor. Maxine is retiring as the manager of the field collection Technical Advisory Group.  Her prior positions were Assistant Taxpayer Advocate Manager, Chief of Collection Problem Resolution Office, and a field collection Revenue Officer. Maxine remarked, “working for the IRS has been my dream job. I will miss many employees and co-managers. A friend shared with me and I truly believe that life is a journey, not a destination.  I am enjoying the trip.” Pictured with Maxine Lindsay (middle) are her sisters Elaine Cope and Edie Waddell.

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