( Courtesy Pretty Lady Vineyards )

George Galloway, the senior account manager for Pretty Lady Vineyards for 15 years, is retiring after four decades in the industry.

Galloway’s last day is June 8.

“George has always gone above and beyond my expectations,” Nick Dulcich, Pretty Lady Vineyards co-owner, said in a news release. “I will miss his fellowship, but I am happy he is riding into the sunset on a high note.  His loyalty to our family will never be forgotten.”

Galloway has been integral to the company’s operations, according to the release, including helping the company, which was previously Sunlight International Sales, establish the Pretty Lady name throughout North America.

“He is an inspiration to all of us,” co-owner Peter Dulcich said in the release. “His upbeat and encouraging attitude has helped keep everyone going, even in the most challenging situations. The dedication he shows to his customers and the company is evident in his long hours, attention to detail, and willingness to always go the extra mile.”

Galloway has also been with FG Produce, Springville, Calif., as a partner, and a salesman for Sun Pacific.

“It has been one of the most fulfilling highlights of my career,” he said about his time at Pretty Lady Vineyards. “It’s been such an honor to be associated with their family and to have contributed to their success.” 

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