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Misa retires from WB after 63 yrs.

After 63 years of service, Warner Bros. Studios longest-standing employee, Charles Misa, has retired at the age of 80.

Misa joined Warner Bros. Studios in 1929 in New York, working his way up to senior sales and contract analyst. When he was 65 in ’77, he moved to the West Coast Studios’ storeroom and purchasing deparments where he was responsible for inventory of stationery and office supplies.

As a token of appreciation, Misa was given a holiday get-away-for-two. Warner Bros. Studios Facilities prez Gary Credle and a host of Warners exec and fellow employees also honored him with a “memorable retirement party.”

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