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WWE’s Longest-Tenured Employee Released

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Sue Aitchison, the recipient of the 2019 WWE Hall of Fame Warrior Award and the longest-tenured employee at World Wrestling Entertainment, has bid farewell to the company.

According to PWInsider, multiple sources have confirmed her departure, stating that she was let go.

A fixture at WWE for over 38 years, Aitchison joined the organization in 1986 and held the role of Director of Community Relations.

Throughout her tenure, she played a pivotal role in spearheading WWE’s community outreach initiatives, including forging partnerships with organizations like Make-A-Wish and launching the WrestleMania Reading Challenge.

Aitchison’s dedication and contributions to Make-A-Wish earned her the prestigious Chris Greicius Award in both 2006 and 2016. Her impact on the lives of Wish kids and their families was widely recognized and celebrated within WWE and beyond.

Stephanie McMahon, in honoring Aitchison with the Warrior Award in 2019, lauded her unwavering commitment to fulfilling the dreams of Wish kids and bringing joy to countless families. McMahon described Aitchison as an unsung hero whose exemplary character embodied the spirit of the Warrior Award.

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News of Aitchison’s departure sent shockwaves through the WWE community, signaling the end of an era. While her role may have diminished in recent years, Aitchison remained a cornerstone of the company, with a legacy behind the scenes that is unlikely to be matched.

As WWE navigates through a period of transition, Aitchison’s departure marks the end of a chapter in the company’s storied history, leaving behind a legacy of compassion and dedication that will endure for years to come.

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