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Directed Letter of Recommendation Requesting Reply

Dear
(individual) has been with our firm for several
years and has been one of our outstanding employees in
the accounting department. For family reasons, he is
moving to your area and we are truly sorry to lose him.

He has all of the fine qualities you would expect from a
good employee and I honestly feel that any firm that
hires him will be quite fortunate.

I believe that it could be mutually beneficial if the two
of you could meet once he arrives in (city) . He
is mature and of course realizes that there may not be an
opening for him at this time.

Shall I suggest that he make an appointment with you? I
will be looking forward to your reply.

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