Friday, July 31, 2009
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(Editor's Note: Thanks to West Palm Beach CRC JoAnn Goodrich who submitted this good news.)
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Fort Lauderdale Postmaster Mike Fortunato (R) presents an enlargement of the Bob Hope Stamp to Captain Negus (L), commanding officer on the USNS Comfort. This hospital ship was docked at Port Everglades over the weekend. The Broward Navy Days organization and South Florida Wheelchair Foundation invited Fortunato to speak about the 44-cent commemorative stamp. During the presentation, Fortunato compared the "hope" that the medical crew provides to the sick and injured in Central and South America to the "comfort" that Bob Hope gave when entertaining the military overseas for decades of his life. Hope lived to be 100 years young!
Safety is no accident. Just ask Pompano Beach employees who boast a safety record equivalent to driving 459 YEARS without experiencing a motor vehicle accident!Congratulations to all!
First Row: 1) Diedre Hines Shaw, NALC Shop Steward, 2) Ricardo Brown, 3) Rebecca Ho
Second Row: 4) Marie Cagle 5) Jean Stroud, 6) Christina Stevenson, 7) Ed Coppola, Postmaster, 8) Randy Goldberg 9) Tarlochan Singh, 10) Maria Ramos, 11) John Pelkey, 12) Frank Mariano, Manager, Customer Service
Third Row: 13) Salvatore Ferrante, 14) Pamela Spencer, 15) Micheal Calkins, Safety Captain, 16) Charles Jackson, 17) Delois Rozier, 18) Keith Greenblatt, NALC Shop Steward, 19) Wilken Tisdale, 20) Miguel Caminero, 21) Dave Belt, 22) Cynthia (Kay) Harker
Back Row: 23) William Ho, 24) Rosalyn Jackson, 25) Laverne James
Pompano Beach Postmaster Ed Coppola (R) congratulates Pompano Beach Letter Carrier Marie Cagle (L) on her outstanding driving record.
Cagle was inducted into the Million Mile Safe Driver Awards Program sponsored by the National Safety Council.
The Million Mile Award is earned by employees who have accumulated one million miles or 30 years of driving without being involved in a preventable motor vehicle accident.