Pipestone Flyer welcomes sales manager

The staff of the Pipestone Flyer newspaper would like to welcome back Christina Komives in her first official day back in office on Sept. 25.

Komives left late last fall on maternity leave, just prior to the birth of her and her husband Mike’s son, Benjamin.

Komives has been a strong asset to the Pipestone Flyer and is longest serving staff member with the office, having worked with the paper for approximately 10 years.

She will be returning to the office in the prompted role of sales manager.

“My first year of motherhood has been awesome; I have had a blast being able to be at home and watch my little guy grow. Although, it’s been a steep learning curve,” said Komives.

“He teaches me something new almost every day … I am going to miss being at home with Benjamin and playing and cuddling with him. But he loves daycare and all the kids there that he gets to play with,” she added.

As well continuing her beloved role as a mother to the almost one-year-old Benjamin, Komives is excited to return to the professional environment of the Pipestone Flyer.

“I am excited to come back to work and see my coworkers and clients,” said Komives.

“It will be exciting to have conversations again that don’t involve an explanation about why we can’t bite the dogs’ tails or eat the dogs’ food,” she added.

amelia.naismith@pipestoneflyer.ca

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