Long-time Safenet supporter retires

Susan Wolfenbarger, pictured with husband, Jim, in 2017 when she generously was a stop on the Safenet Garden Tour, is retiring from her role with Safenet after 13-years on the job.

After 13-years on the job, Susan Wolfenbarger is retiring from her post as resale manager for Safenet Services.

Wolfenbarger has been with Safenet since 2005, when she worked as the volunteer and events coordinator. in 2010 she became Safenet’s assistant director and in 2015, at her request, moved to become the part-time manager for the Second Impressions Resale shop.

“We will miss you, Susan! We are so sad to see a longtime supporter of Safenet Services retire,” the Safenet staff shared, adding that Wolfenbarger is very creative and has been pivotal in Safenet’s development over the past 13-years.

The staff shared, “In her time with us, Susan has consistently kept the mission of our work at the forefront of her mind and makes things happen. On top of that she is fun to work with! Second Impressions has never looked better and she has helped build a great team of workers for us. Whatever she takes on will be clean and precise as can be. She will be greatly missed; thank you for your years of serving Safenet Services, Susan! Enjoy retirement.”