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Caldwell Martin Cox partner Angus Cox
has enjoyed helping his clients for the past 36 years and he will retire at the
end of the month. Picture: Chris Lane

Serving the local community has been
Angus Cox's greatest honour.

The partner at Caldwell Martin Cox
Solicitors will retire on June 30 after a 36-year career with the firm.

"I have enjoyed working as a solicitor
for my local clients, meeting people and becoming involved in their business
and family," Mr Cox said.

"I have tried my best over my career
to solve problems and get the best result for my clients."

"I have enjoyed giving back to the
community that has been so kind to me for the past 36 years."

Throughout his career, Mr Cox has
specialised in property conveyancing and is a Law Society accredited
specialist in wills and estates.

He said he was most proud of growing
the firm from two partners to now coordinating a staff of 40 across four
offices.

Mr Cox said he enjoyed working with
terrific people who were dedicated to their clients and the firm.

"We have a number of staff members who
have been with us for 40 years," he said.

"I think that shows people have enjoyed
working at the firm and that it must be a pretty good place to work."

When Mr Cox was not working as a
solicitor, he was involved in several local charities.

He was a former member of Picton
Rotary and for 10 years sat on the Mater Dai fundraising dinner committee.

He was also a member of the Picton
Chamber of Commerce and is a founding trustee of the Sarah Hilt Foundation.

To top it all off he is still the
chairmen and former director of the Right Start Foundation and Picton Bendigo
Bank.

"I enjoyed using my expertise as a
solicitor to assist in the proper administration of the charities," Mr Cox
said.

"The causes have been good to support
because they help people and families who are less fortunate than me. It
has been wonderful to be able to assist them."

Mr Cox will spend the next month
sorting out the firm's Picton building, which was damaged after a severe storm.

His intention is to remain connected
to the firm as a mentor.

"I want to help young solicitors in
the firm and I want to pass onto them the benefit of my law experience," Mr Cox
said.

He will continue to live in Camden but
plans to spend more time at his holiday house with his wife, Camilla.

Mr Cox is also looking forward to
spending more time with his new grand daughter.

"I am yet to know what I will miss
about working life."

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