Chicago: Statement from Mayor Brandon Johnson on the Retirement of Chief of Staff Rich Guidice
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CHICAGO ~ After more than 30 years of dedicated service to the City of Chicago, Rich Guidice has announced his retirement. Guidice, who has worked under four mayors and in various city departments, has earned immense respect for his unwavering commitment to the city.

Born and raised on the West Side of Chicago, Guidice attended Gordon Tech High School before embarking on a successful career in public service. He has played a crucial role in managing some of the city's most significant events and has been a constant source of guidance and mentorship for many.

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Mayor [Name] expressed her gratitude for Guidice's decision to return from retirement to serve in her administration. She sees it as a testament to his belief in their shared vision for the city. The mayor also acknowledged that her administration has greatly benefited from Guidice's time as chief of staff.

As he enters retirement, Mayor [Name] wishes Guidice good health, good fortune, and all the best in this well-deserved next chapter of his life.

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