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This year, I am thankful for: The clarity in knowing how very fortunate I am to have the inseparable bond, love, and relationship with my family. The joy and honor I have in working with my second family, who I see more than my... read more »

This year I am thankful for several major changes in my life, including a new job with SafeNet, a new house in Baltimore, and a fantastic new girlfriend. I do a lot of work with national park preservation societies. At SafeNet,... read more »

Last month, my eighty-four year old father required bypass surgery - a complete surprise to all of us. So this year, I am grateful for the wonderful and talented surgeon who performed the surgery and for my husband.  My... read more »

Being given the opportunity to manage the global team is what I am thankful for this year. This has brought me happiness and satisfaction, broadening my interaction and giving me the opportunity to build a team the... read more »

This year, I am thankful for my husband's recovery from leukemia. He was diagnosed in Janurary 2010 and is now healed from this disease and will be starting back to work in January 2011. I volunteer at my church, Full... read more »

This year, I am thankful for my coworkers. The tech support team, especailly Tony, who helped my key account evaluate HASP, his quick response and excellent product knowledge are highly praised by the customer. He helped us a lot... read more »

This year, I am thankful for... My girlfriend saying "Yes" and "I do" to two important questions asked only 30 minutes apart. I am a volunteer with Open Heart Magic (OHM).  We are a group of volunteers... read more »

This year, I am thankful for my new job and newfound friends at Safenet. Above all, I am thankful for my beautiful family. I volunteer within the local deaf community, and at the same time I am learning British Sign Langauge. The... read more »

This month, we asked SafeNet employees to tell us what they are thankful for, and how they are giving back to their communities. 73 percent responded that they volunteer. They are soccer and little league baseball coaches. They... read more »

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