Barrett declares 'Patricia Stawicki Day' as 56-year city employee retires
MILWAUKEE - A story that is five decades in the making is "Positively Milwaukee."
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett declared Tuesday "Patricia Stawicki Day" in the city.
She is retiring after 56 years working in the Mayor's office.
She has worked under five mayors, going as far back as Mayor Frank Zeidler, and she says she will miss the people the most.
"Everybody that I've worked with has been a bunch of fun. We've had a lot of fun. In the office, outside the office. It's been amazing," said Stawicki.
She is the second longest serving employee in the city's history.