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Exciting changes at Strictly Spanish: a new, younger generation takes the reins

10/17/2016 by Susana Schultz

Dear clients and friends,

It is with mixed emotions that we write this. We feel happiness and excitement because we are starting “our golden years,” or as we jokingly call it, “our permanent beach vacation,” in wonderful South Carolina. We are also sad because through the years, we’ve come to think of many of you as friends and we will now part.

Lon and Susana will be retiring on October 21, 2016, but Strictly Spanish will go on unchanged. We’ve loved and nurtured Strictly Spanish for almost 30 years, and it is time to let a new and younger generation take the reins of this great company and drive it into a new future full of great things, always with the best interest in quality and service to wonderful clients and friends like you.

We are happy and excited to pass the reins of Strictly Spanish into Laura Leonhartsberger’s very capable hands. Laura has been a devoted Strictly Spanish management team member for over eight years, all of those years under Susana Schultz’s direct mentorship. In the past four years, Laura has been gradually taking over more and more of Susana’s responsibilities. Under Laura’s leadership, Strictly Spanish will continue to grow just as it has for 30 years. 

Everything will continue to be the same as it has been, except that as of October 21, you will not be copying Lon and Susana anymore. All emails and requests will be directed to Laura. Strictly Spanish will continue as it is now, with the same translation teams, and the same quality and customer service that has made us a leader in the boutique translation business. 

Thanks for your friendship, business, and support of Strictly Spanish through the years, and for your continued friendship, business, and support into the future! 

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