Massachusetts Store Employee with Down Syndrome Retires After Decades: 'A Beloved Presence’

Massachusetts Store Employee with Down Syndrome Retires After Decades: 'A Beloved Presence’


An adored Massachusetts grocery store employee, who spent the better part of three decades working for Market Basket, retired Tuesday following a big send-off from coworkers.

“Phillip Donahue, who has Down Syndrome,” began working for the Massachusetts-based company when he was just 16, WCVB reported, and through the years, he has assisted countless customers. Donahue started as a grocery bagger “and worked his way up to customer service representative,” according to the outlet.

On Tuesday, Market Basket announced that their cherished employee is retiring. 

Posted by Market Basket on Tuesday, June 21, 2022

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“Thank you Philip for serving our customers in the Lowell and Tewksbury communities for 27 years! You are a fine example for us all! We wish you a very

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