Nora Miramon retires from Town of Superior after more than a decade of service

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Nora Miramon

  Nora Miramon has been a friendly face at the Superior Town Hall for 12 years.  In 2006 she was hired to be a Customer Service Representative, she also held the role of Deputy Town Clerk and also provided administrative support to the Superior Police Department during her service to Superior.

  Nora is retiring after serving in the capacity of Deputy Town Clerk. In this position she was responsible to managing the cemetery, keeping minutes at town meetings and also assisting the Town Manager/Clerk with elections and other administrative support to the Town of Superior. Maintaining all of the town’s records was another critical responsibility that entailed filing and preservation of the Town records.

  “I really enjoyed working with our residents and customers,” said Nora. 

  It is one of the things that she will miss most about working for the Town.  Nora also helped many families in their time of need, when they were planning funerals for their loved ones.  The most difficult part of her job, she explained was managing the Clerk duties.

  “There are so many details and they have to be just right,” she explained. 

  Nora has worked with three different Mayors and several Town Managers, and said she is glad to see so many good things happening in Superior, these days.

  Nora is looking forward to spending time with her husband Freddie and enjoying their retirement together.  She’s hoping to be able to spend more time with her grandchildren and their families as well.  First on the agenda for Nora and Freddie will be spending some time in the cool country and maybe a ride on the Grand Canyon Railway in Williams, Arizona.

  Thanks, Nora, for your service to the community and congratulations on your retirement.

Mila Besich-Lira (440 Posts)

Mila Besich-Lira is a resident of Superior with two children. She volunteers for many local organizations. She is an experienced fundraiser and event planner for Copper Corridor Economic Development Coalition. She covers some of the area town councils and schools.


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