Tracy Fox: Celebrating 35 years at Levi Solicitors

by | Apr 28, 2023 | Blog Posts

Tracy Fox, our Head Cashier,  is celebrating 35 years at Levi Solicitors.  As one of our longest-serving employees, Tracy started her journey with us back in April 1988. When the firm had just three computers!

We asked Tracy to look back over the last 35 years, where she has witnessed a lot of changes throughout the years.  Tracy opened up on her experiences of working at Levi Solicitors and all the friends she’s made along the way.

“This was my first and only job throughout my life”, she said.

Do you recall your first day on the job? “Yes. I was introduced to Chris who worked for Mr Lawrence, and we are still friends and see each other all these years later.”

What is your favourite memory of Levi Solicitors? “I’ve some great memories and adventures from over the years, and I’ve worked with a lot of lovely people.  I remember when we had a day at Temple Newsam. It was a Tough Mudder event, it was fun…we’ve also had a few ‘Race for Life’ events and some great Christmas parties!”

How has Levi changed over the time you have been here?  “It has changed a lot.  When I started, we had three PC’s.  One for me, one for the accountant, and one for the rest of the staff to use.  We have more staff and a lot more PC’s now! But one thing that hasn’t changed is that Levi’s is still a wonderful place to work.”

What has kept you at Levi’s? What do you like most about your job?  “To be honest it doesn’t feel like 35 years. I wouldn’t want to work anywhere else; I like it here too much and I like what I do.” 

What words best describe Levi Solicitors?   “Loving Everlasting & Very Interesting (LEVI).  Over the past 35 years, I’ve seen many changes in both our management and staff. I’ve been fortunate to work with some fantastic people that have contributed to the success of Levi’s.”

35 years with the same business is a brilliant achievement! Everyone at Levi Solicitors would like to say a big congratulations and thank you to Tracy for her service.

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