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The Langham’s Serge Denis celebrates retirement

Mike Diskin

The city’s director of marketing and development, Tony Nunziante (left), gave Langham Boston managing director Serge Denis a commemorative “Paul Revere Bowl” for his work in the state’s hospitality industry.

After six decades in the business, the Langham Boston’s managing director Serge Denis (right) had his retirement party on Tuesday night. Guests included his wife, Jane, Community Servings CEO David Waters, writer and financial adviser John Spooner, and the city’s director of marketing and development Tony Nunziante (left), who gave Denis a commemorative “Paul Revere Bowl” for his work in the state’s hospitality industry. Denis, 69, has spent the last 20 years of his career in Boston.

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