Retirement farewell

Sabine Moeller retires after 47 years at KLUG-CONSERVATION


After completing her apprenticeship to qualify as a retail saleswoman in the textile sector, Sabine Moeller applied for a job at Walter Klug & Co. On 1 September 1973, she started her new position as a clerk. Apart from her assigned activities in the field of accounting, sales and other commercial tasks, she also took care of extra work. As there were only 4 employees in total, she helped out with packing or gluing delivery bags when necessary. She even took the work home on some occasions.

In 1983, Mr Klug became seriously ill. His wife Emmy took over the management and sold the company to Guenther Wegele, a paper engineer from Immenstadt, one year later. Sabine Moeller continued to be in charge of the office management. First a new typewriter, then a PC appeared on Mr Wegele’s desk – Ms Moeller had to get used to new technology as well as new premises.

Relocation to Ludwig Gloetzle Street 5 on 1 March 1986 was also positive of course: a nice office with new furniture and good heating! A new colleague, Ms Gerda Kremel, moreover joined the team to take over responsibility for shipping. All that was missing then was a production company for the lamination and cutting work. So three years later, Wegele GmbH was founded at Kemptener Street 37 in 1989. The separate locations soon proved to be less than ideal from a practical and economical perspective. Ms Kremel cycled back and forth between the two companies every day transporting documents. The company continued to grow, eventually leading to the construction of a designated company building in 1994.

One year later, the firm moved to the new premises (a former freight railway station) at Badeweg 9, Immenstadt. The company continued to thrive there: many new employees, large offices and warehouses. Good relations in the firm persisted: this period of time was characterised by art, culture and a familial togetherness. The need for more space became urgent again in 2010. The present company building in the Zollstraße was built. For the second time in her life and with great sorrow, Ms Moeller had to bid farewell to the senior one of her bosses in 2013. Guenther Wegele passed away after a short, severe illness.

Sabine Moeller retires on 30 September 2020 after 47 years at KLUG-CONSERVATION. She looks forward to her retirement and expresses her gratitude for a fulfilled professional life.
The KLUG family would like to thank Sabine Moeller for the loyalty, steadfastness and empathy with which she carried out her work for so many years and wishes her all the best for her well-earned retirement.

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