Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Don't Let Lotto Fever Make You Sick

Have you seen this billboard along I-195 in North Miami?  It's part of the US Postal Inspection Service's campaign to alert consumers on mail fraud.

You hear the state lotto jingle on the radio. The jackpot has been raised to $10 million. You've got lotto fever. Next thing you know there's a brochure in your mail urging you to participate in some foreign country's lotto--maybe one in Australia or Canada--via convenient mail-order purchase of lottery tickets, or of a share in a pool of lottery tickets. So you start thinking that getting into a new game might improve your luck, and you ask yourself, "Why not do it?" The U.S. Postal Inspection Service can give you the answer. Don't do it because:
  • It's illegal. A federal statute prohibits mailing payments to purchase any ticket, share, or chance in a foreign lottery.
  • It's impractical. Unlike playing in your state's lottery, you could not be certain that you would obtain the play you paid for.
Most foreign lottery solicitations sent to addressees in the U.S. do not come from foreign government agencies or licensees. Instead, they come from "bootleggers" who seek exorbitant fees from those wishing to play. The activities of bootleggers are neither being controlled nor monitored by the government of the country in which they are located. Typically, those who pay the required fees never see any lottery tickets issued by the government-operated lottery they are hoping to enter. They are left to rely on various forms of entry "confirmation" issued by the bootleggers.
As a general proposition, sending lottery material through the mail is prohibited by federal law. This material includes, among other things, letters or circulars concerning a lottery, tickets or any paper claiming to represent tickets, chances or shares in a lottery, and payments to purchase any such tickets, chances, or shares.
Congress has enacted limited exemptions from this prohibition, including some which allow such material for a lottery conducted by a state of the United States to be mailed to addresses in that state. No exemption has been enacted which would make it lawful for a foreign lottery enterprise to use the U.S. Mail, or cause it to be used, to operate, promote, or enter one of its lotteries.
First-time offenders convicted of knowingly violating the postal anti-lottery statute would face penalties of up to a $1,000 fine and two years in prison. However, persons falling for foreign lottery sales pitches and mailing purchase payments in ignorance of the statutory prohibition normally are not prosecuted, and would face no more than a stern warning from the Postal Inspection Service. Such a warning usually is sufficient to dissuade them from further attempts to enter foreign lotteries through the mail. If you receive a mailed lottery solicitation that you think may be illegal, turn the entire mail piece over to your local postmaster or the nearest Postal Inspector. 

'Stamp Out Hunger' is in the Bag!

The 20th Annual “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive is scheduled for Saturday, May 12.
The Postal Service is asking customers to place a sturdy bag containing non-perishable foods next to their mailbox prior to regular mail delivery. Postal employees and volunteers will collect all donations and deliver them to community food banks, pantries and shelters.
This year, some customers will receive paper bags for food donations provided by AARP, Campbell’s Soup and International Paper. Cities with locations that have a greater need for food, or the ability to provide a greater amount of food to local food banks and pantries, were selected by the food drive sponsors. Bag distribution will continue through March.
Letter and rural carriers throughout the country have collected more than 70 million pounds of food for eight consecutive years.

Okeechobee Carrier Richard Pye is Life Saver in 'Be the Match' Campaign

The South Florida District’s Gift of Life Campaign which began with a visit to the Okeechobee Post Office in June 2010 has resulted in a match.  Letter Carrier Richard Pye, who has worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 5 ½ years, registered for the “Be the Match Campaign.” Forty-five  other employees from this Post Office also registered. 

The Be the Match Foundation contacted Pye for testing in November 2011.  The results came back that he was a perfect match for a man who was battling leukemia.  Pye donated peripheral blood stem cells which involved a non-surgical, out-patient procedure.  

“I was very happy to help save a life," Pye said.

Coincidentally, the Okeechobee Post Office was chosen for the District’s kickoff campaign as a result of employees wanting to honor  co-worker Linda Ledford who had been battling leukemia for years.    Although no one from that day registry was a match, she did receive a transplant from a matched umbilical cord donation shortly after the kickoff event.

The chances of finding a match are 1 in 20,000.  We invite you to join the South Florida District’s Delivering the Gift of Life Campaign as we prepare to kick off this year’s campaign during the April's "National Marrow Donor Awareness Month."  

Need Help? Make the (EAP) Call

EAP logo

Sometimes experiencing change, new challenges or unexpected events can cause tension at work or home.
So it’s nice to know the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is always there to provide postal employees with a range of services to deal with stress, compulsive behaviors, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, alcohol or substance abuse and other life challenges.
The program offers assessment, referral, and short-term counseling to postal employees and their families and many other resources employees can use to get the information they need.
The EAP website can assist employees with money management, preparing and planning for retirement, relationships and healthy living. EAP also offers assistance in establishing a strong balance between work and life and help in finding child care and elder care.
Employees can call the EAP service center, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 800-EAP-4-YOU (800-327-4968) or TTY 877-492-7341 for confidential help with work, family and personal matters.

Stamp 'Bridges' Florida Communities

The U.S. Postal Service recognized the 25th anniversary of Florida’s Sunshine Skyway Bridge by issuing the $5.15 Sunshine Skyway Bridge Priority Mail stamp yesterday.  In the stamp artwork, the bridge rises from Tampa Bay’s vivid blue water and is silhouetted against an orange sky. Tiny vehicles on the roadbed reveal the massive scale of this engineering marvel.

“The Sunshine Skyway Bridge links the Gulf Coast communities surrounding St. Petersburg and Bradenton,” said U.S. Postal Service A/Suncoast District Manager Nancy Rittenhouse. “And, now the bridge will link people around the nation with family members, loved ones, friends and businesses when they use the stamp to send Priority Mail.”

Unable to attend, former Florida Governor Bob Graham provided the following statement. “The new Sunshine Skyway bridge started with a disaster and concluded with the world’s most beautiful bridge. The collision and loss of life which occurred on May 9, 1980, created an opportunity to build a new bridge which memorialized the 35 people who lost their lives that day; engaged state of the art design, engineering and construction and unified the Tampa Bay communities to create what is now the signature of Tampa Bay.”

Construction began on the new bridge began two years after the tragedy. The new bridge featured on the stamp is one of the first major concrete-and-steel, cable-stayed bridges in the United States. Completed in 1987, the main bridge and approach spans stretch more than four miles across Tampa Bay and link the Gulf Coast communities surrounding St. Petersburg and Bradenton.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Most AMP Studies Completed

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The Postal Service has announced that most Area Mail Processing and other facility consolidation studies begun more than five months ago have been completed. All employees of the affected facilities have been notified.
There has been a 25 percent decline in First-Class Mail volume since 2006, and the Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operations, relying instead on the sale of postal products and services.
“The decision to consolidate mail processing facilities recognizes the urgent need to reduce the size of the national mail processing network to eliminate costly underutilized infrastructure,” said Chief Operating Officer Megan Brennan. “Consolidating operations is necessary if the Postal Service is to remain viable to provide mail service to the nation.”
Specific dates have not been set for any network changes, because any closure or consolidation is contingent upon the adoption by the Postal Service of a final rule to change delivery service standards. Also, in December 2011, the Postal Service agreed to impose a moratorium on closing or consolidating Post Offices and mail processing facilities until May 15, 2012, to give Congress and the Administration the opportunity to enact an alternative plan.
In the meantime, the Postal Service continued all necessary steps required for the review of these facilities, including employee and public notifications, in compliance with applicable collective bargaining agreements and Postal Service policies.
A list of the affected facilities can be found at
Workforce Connection
Workforce Connection is the new employee online site for the latest, most accurate information on changes in the workplace. It’s the employees’ central point of connection to opportunities and actions involving their careers. Through Workforce Connection on LiteBlue, employees can:
  • View the latest information on network and organizational changes.
  • Review frequently asked questions (FAQs) about postal initiatives.
  • Get Information on transferring and other opportunities.
Employees will need their employee identification (EIN) and USPS PIN numbers to log on to Workforce Connection. The EIN can be found on an employee’s earnings statement, and all employees have their own PINs. Go to LiteBlue and click on Workforce Connection from the home page.

Mail Processing Moves to Miami

As a result of studies begun five months ago, the Postal Service has made the decision to move all mail processing operations from the Fort Lauderdale Processing and Distribution Center, 1900 W Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, and the South Florida Processing and Distribution Center, 16000 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, to the Miami Processing and Distribution Center, 2200 NW 72 Ave, Miami. 

Once the transfer is completed, the mail processing operations in Fort Lauderdale and Pembroke Pines facilities will cease. There will be no change to the Retail Unit or Business Mail Entry Unit at these Broward locations at this time.  The Vehicle Maintenance Facility located at the Fort Lauderdale Processing and Distribution Center will remain operational at this time.

The Postal Service has experienced a 25 percent decline in First-Class Mail volume since 2006, and receives no tax dollars for its operations, relying instead on the sale of postage, and postal products and services.

“The decision to consolidate mail processing facilities recognizes the urgent need to reduce the size of the national mail processing network to eliminate costly underutilized infrastructure,” said Chief Operating Officer Megan Brennan.  “Consolidating operations is necessary if the Postal Service is to remain viable to provide mail service to the nation.”

Specific dates have not been set for the transition.  Until a specific date has been announced, residential and business mailers will continue to be served through the current facilities.

In December 2011, the Postal Service agreed to impose a moratorium on closing or consolidating Post Offices and mail processing facilities prior to May 15, 2012, to give Congress and the Administration the opportunity to enact an alternative plan.

This delay was designed to allow Congress sufficient time to enact comprehensive postal legislation.  In the meantime, the Postal Service continued all necessary steps required for the review of these facilities, including public notifications, public input meetings and consideration of public comments.

Implementation of these consolidations is contingent upon the outcome of pending rulemaking for a proposal to review existing service standards.  This announcement is provided in advance so that appropriate planning and notification can be made in accordance with existing employee agreements.

A list of mail processing studies and their status is available at  Specific information about individual studies, including public meeting summaries and summary briefs, will be posted on the website,, as it becomes available.


Wedding Stamps Take the Cake

Wedding Stamps
The new, 65-cent Wedding Stamp
Tying the knot costs Americans $165 billion annually according to a recent New York Times article. With that kind of investment, what’s another 65 cents for a wedding stamp?
“Thoughtfully worded wedding invitations printed on expensive heavy paper stock are still the norm for most couples,” Ethel Kessler, a Bethesda, MD-based art director, told the Times. Kessler has designed about 300 stamps, including five wedding stamps the Postal Service has issued since 2006.
Among the findings of the 2011 American Wedding Study conducted by Brides magazine was that one in five couples are inviting their guests by email, or e-vites. But the majority still prefers sending printed invitations through the mail.
“E-vites can be cumbersome,” said Peggy Post, director, Emily Post Institute. “People might not have the right email address, and even if they do, the invitation can get lost in someone’s junk email.”
That’s one reason why the Postal Service released a 65-cent stamp depicting a frothy wedding cake ― a reissued, re-priced version of the 61-cent stamp introduced in 2009 ― on Jan. 20, 2012.  
“It signifies a big moment in their lives,” said Post. “It’s another way of adding one more ‘wow’ factor to the wedding ― a sort of frosting on the cake that the couple worked so hard to bake.”

NewsLink Features Local Comment on Heart Health Forever Stamp

NewsLink Mailbag  2/23/12

Lucille Roberson, Miami, FL: I was really pleased to learn about the Heart Health Forever stamp that was featured on my favorite TV show, “The Biggest Loser.” I am a big fan of promoting a healthy lifestyle. To set an example in my own life, I have lost 50 pounds.

In a move to raise awareness of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, the U.S. Surgeon General, the host from NBC’s “The Biggest Loser,” and the American Heart Association joined the Postmaster General in dedicating the 2012 Social Awareness Heart Health Forever stamp.

The stamp plays a key motivational role in a competition featured on The Biggest Loser, airing Tuesday, February 14 at 7 pm Central.  The episode also included a sweepstakes announcement to encourage letter writing.

All 50 million of the 45-cent First-Class Forever stamps, available in sheets of 20, are available nationwide today at, 800-782-6724 and at most Post Offices. The back of the stamp sheet offers heart healthy tips.

The Heart Health Forever stamp was dedicated at MedStar Washington Hospital Center by U.S. Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin, M.D., M.B.A., and Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe.

“Prevention is the key to eliminating heart attacks and strokes,” said Benjamin. “We are giving Americans information and tools to make healthier choices to prevent tobacco use, access healthy foods and find enjoyable ways to get regular exercise. The Heart Health Social Awareness Stamp and the Million Hearts Campaign are great reminders of the importance of prevention.”

“Nothing touches the heart like a letter from a loved one,” said Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe.  “We hope Americans will use our 2012 Heart Health Social Awareness stamps for writing letters to loved ones and friends.”

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Jan 'Insider' Edition in the Mail

Good news!  The January issue of the district newsletter, The South Florida Insider, is in the mail!  As you may recall the newsletter staff had a contractual issue with the printer.  Determined to get the news to employees ASAP, the January issue was posted at LiteBlue.  Be sure to look for this issue in your mailbox on Thursday, February 23.

Online HR Connection Debuts

A new online resource now gives employees a single access point for Human Resources information.
“Workforce Connection” is the focal point for opportunities and actions related to employee careers.  Every employee will receive a postcard (above) in the mail explaining the new site on LiteBlue where you may:
§         Review your personnel folder.
§         Search and apply for postal jobs, request reassignment to another craft or bid for another position.
§         Review your earnings statement, view and print your W-2 form, or change your payroll and federal tax deductions.
§         Initiate retirement activities.
You’ll need your Employee Identification Number (EIN) and USPS Personal Identification Number (PIN) to log on to Workforce Connection. The EIN is on your employee earnings statement.  Every employee has an individual PIN.  If you’ve forgotten or don’t know your PIN, go online and receive it immediately by clicking on “Forgot your PIN?” at the LiteBlue log on page.

Explanation of CSRS Inequity to USPS

Many employees have asked your blog editor to explain the inequities of the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) to the USPS.  Please see below for response.  

Currently USPS is responsible for meeting CSRS for employees who started after 1971.  When the Post Office Department became the Postal Service on July 1, 1971, there was no change to postal employees’ retirement benefits.  Employees who served prior to 1971 and continue to serve are covered by both the federal government and USPS.  The current methodology used to allocate CSRS obligations for employees with service prior to July 1, 1971, is not based on years of service and is inequitable to USPS.

USPS has asked Congress to take the following steps:

  • Resolve the Retiree Health Benefits pre-funding requirement (both long and short term)
  • Solve the inequities present in the current CSRS pension methodology.
  • Repay the FERS overfunding of $6.9 billion.
  • Eliminate the requirement to maintain six-day delivery.
  • Allow USPS to make decisions more quickly and in a more business-like fashion regarding its retail facility and mail processing networks.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Just the Facts

Every employee should be proud of the work they do for the Postal Service.  Ever hear a critic complaining about USPS and wish you had the facts handy to set the record straight?  Here are some facts to introduce in your conversation:

  • USPS is the core of a trillion dollar mailing industry that employees more than eight million people.
  • The Postal Service still is the best bargain with a First-Class Mail letter rate of 45 cents for the first ounce.  Letter Mail Cost Comparison:  Norway $1.63; Japan $1.06; France 81 centsGermany 77 cents; Great Britain 74 cents; Canada 61 cents.
  • USPS receives no tax dollars for operating expenses, and relies on the sale of postage, products, and services to fund its operations.  Cost inflation drives price changes. 
  • USPS seeks price changes to cover costs to maintain universal service.A self-supporting government enterprise, USPS is the only delivery service that reaches every address in the nation --- 150 million residences, businesses, and Post Office Boxes.
  • Revenue and mail volume projections point to continuing and dramatic losses in the billions.  If USPS takes no action, it could face a cumulative $238 billion shortfall by 2020.  Mail volume is projected to drop an astounding 37 percent. 
  • USPS is the only federal agency required to prefund retiree health benefits which places a great financial burden on our organization.  USPS asked Congress to draft a bill and pass legislation to address overpayments to the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) pension fund.  Restructuring retiree health benefits payments to the “pay-as-you-go” method used by the rest of government and the private sector would result in an average of $5.65 billion in additional cash flow annually through 2016.
  • Two separate audits in FY 10 determined that the Postal Service has been overcharged by as much as $75 billion in payments to the Civil Service Retirement System.  The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) acknowledge an overpayment of tens of billions of dollars.  The Government Accountability Office (GAO) also is investigating this issue.
  • By law, USPS is mandated to deliver mail six days a week.  USPS has requested that Congress grant a one-day reduction in delivery frequency which would save our business as much as $40 billion over the next 10 years.
  • Unlike other shippers, the Postal Service doesn’t add surcharges for fuel, residential or Saturday delivery.With 32,000 retail locations and the most frequently visited website --- --- in the federal government, the Postal Service has annual revenue of more than $67 billion and delivers nearly 40 percent of the world’s mail.
  • The Postal Service has been named the Most Trusted Government Agency for six consecutive years and the sixth Most Trusted Business in the nation by the Ponemon Institute. 

Classroom Opens 'Door' to Savings

Business Solutions Specialist Sharon Squadrito (standing) promotes Every Door Direct to West Palm Beach customers.  Photo:  LuAnn Warner

Small businesses around the country are finding it easy and affordable to market their goods and services using Every Door Direct (now EDD, formerly known as EDDM) to reach customers in their neighborhoods.

With the EDD Priority Mail shipping option, businesses can ship their EDD mailings to delivery units in neighboring target markets. The option saves time and the expense of delivering each mailing to the units in person.

Customers simply package their EDD mailpieces with proper documentation enclosed, prepare their shipments for Priority Mail, and mail them at their own Post Office or arrange carrier pick up.

In South Florida, Business Solutions Specialist Sharon Squadrito is offering free classes to customers interested in learning how mailing with Every Door Direct can help them grow their business. 

 “Would you like to see a great return on your advertising investment?” she asks attendees.

Squadrito continues:  “Let the Postal Service show you how you can market your product and turn those advertising dollars into cash!  EDD is only 14.5 cents per piece and customers save even more as a mailing list is not required.” 

Celebrating Black History

Rising from poverty to the pinnacle of society, the late trailblazing entrepreneur and publisher John H. Johnson today is honored on this year’s Black Heritage Forever stamp by the Postal Service.  Johnson — the founder of Johnson Publishing Company, which publishes “Ebony” and “Jet” magazines — is the 35th honoree in the Black Heritage stamp series.  On behalf of Fort Lauderdale Officer-In-Charge Ed Coppola, A/Manager, Customer Services Ed Drozdowski (standing left) presented a stamp enlargement to officials at the African American Research Library and Cultural Center in Fort Lauderdale.

Employees Exceed CFC Goal

Congratulations to the South Florida District for exceeding its Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) goal.  Our postal family went the extra mile and pledged $840,271.18, representing 101% of goal.  Special thanks to our loaned executives including Kathleen Britton, Edith Naar, Mahurley “Mac” Preston, Jennifer Thonus, and Denise Tims --- as well as our key workers listed below --- for their dedication and commitment to the campaign.  

“Traditionally, postal employees are known for their generosity in helping those in need, and our district is among the most charitable in the organization,” said District Manager Jeffrey Becker.  “As we all know, it has been a difficult year --- one with many changes --- in the Postal Service.  But what has not changed is the generosity demonstrated through CFC pledge.  I thank all employees who participating in the campaign.  You truly have made a difference!”

Fort Lauderdale
Davie Branch
Eldon Weaver
Everglades Branch
Christopher Hilley
Fort Lauderdale Main Office
Debra Best
Inverrary Station
Michael Pedro
Lauderhill Crossroads Annex
Angela Hampton
Main Office Carrier Annex
Chandra Shields
Sharon Timmerman
Melrose Vista Station
Ruth Soriano
North Ridge Annex
Sharon Stroh
Oakland Park Branch
Walter Solorzano
Plantation Branch
Carolyn Wallace
Southside Station
Sandra Darling-Holt
Sunrise Station
Leola Harrell
Tamarac Station
Leona Yerks
Weston Branch
Tom Lopresti
Chapel Lakes Branch
Sandra Munoz
Flamingo Branch
Isabel Oliveras
Hollywood Central Carrier Annex
Cathy Griglen-Johnson
Hollywood Hills Station
Monica Rough
Hollywood Main Office
Tiffany Bennett
Lloyd Shakes
Miramar Branch
Deidra Beal
Mary Lopez
Pembroke Pines Branch
Tom Piro
Dexter Mattear
MPOO 1  AOs 330
Dania PO
John Daizori
Hallandale PO
Debrann Tinder
Michelle Thorton-Williams
Bright Station
Duke Arthur Surrey
Hialeah Carrier Annex
Julio Diez
Hialeah Lakes Branch
Elena Martinez
Hialeah Main Office
Morris Atkins
Miami Gardens Branch
Daisy Martin
Palmetto Lakes Branch
Jaime Perez
Cynthia McAllister
Promenade Postal Store
Larry McCall
Henry Barreras
Homestead Main Office
Gilbert Betancourt
Florida City Branch
Rudolfo (Rudy) Lopez, Jr.
Princeton Branch
Michael Fleming
Key West Main Office
Omayra Bruein
Miami Allapattah Station
Michael Murray
Blue Lagoon Branch
Luther Frank
Buena Vista Station
Ernest Knight
Coconut Grove Branch
Pat Coney
Dusty Rhodes
Coral Gables Branch
Donna Mollicone-Perez
Jeanette Triana
Country Lakes Postal Store
Luis Garcia
Kimberly Harris-Rodriguez
County Line Annex
John Herold
Doral Branch
Peggy Johnson
Father Felix Varela Postal Store
Miguel Araujo
Flagler Station
Isidoro (Ziggy) Gomez
Ray Roa
Servando Iglesias
Gratigny Branch
Lacandice Simmons
Hibiscus Carrier Annex
Robert Cuba
Jose Marti Station
Fidel Garcia
Maria Masson
Kendall Branch
Minervino (Javier) Arguellas
Key Biscayne Branch
Ziggy Piotrkiewicz
Little River Station
Lino Miranda
Dominque Simmons
Ludlam Branch
Marta Gallego
Martin Luther King Branch
Pat Rodoson
Milam Dairy Branch
Ceasar Duran
Andrea Rivers
Norland Branch
Ernie Aguado
Willie Harrell
North Miami Branch
Cal Collins
Vincent Kinloch
Chris Powers
North Miami Beach Branch
Rick Miller
Beverlyn Morris
Olympia Heights Branch
Ernie Diaz
Freddie Fernandez
Mario Perez
Quail Heights Branch
Charlie Foreman
Snapper Creek Branch
Gino Armand
South Miami Branch
J.C. Garcia
Sunset Branch
Teresa Jones
Marshall Townsend
Tamiami Branch
Ivan Figuaro
West Carrier Annex
Frank Miralles
Miami Beach
Miami Beach Main Office
Terry Boland
Normandy Branch
Tiffany Chestnut-Moss
Oceanview Station
Earl Tremblay
Surfside Station
Yvette Brown
Opa Locka
Opa Locka Main Office
Fredericka Larkin-Johnson
Carol City Branch
Gloria Murray
Marilyn Ray
Pompano Beach
Atlantic Branch
Teresa Williams
Coconut Creek Postal Store
Diane Lewis
Coral Springs Branch
Tom Latocha
Margate Branch
James Johnson
Ed Travers
North Lauderdale Annex
Dolores Brown
Pompano Beach Main Office
Keith Greenblatt
Deidra Hines-Shaw
Tropical Reef Postal Store
Grace Perry-Wilson
Anthony Williams
Palm Beach City
City Place Station
Mayra Cajigas
Downtown Station
Delores Brown
Haverhill Branch
John Booth
Palm Beach Gardens Branch
John Ostroff
Palm Beach Main Office
Art Dahlstrom
Palm City Branch
Neha Patel
Palms Central Station
Starr Hunter
Stacie Vaughn
Palms West Station
Tim Milton
Riviera Beach Branch
Adele Asbury
Fernando Rodriguez
Southboro Station
Sandy Shoemaker
Wellington Carrier Annex
Peggy Gust
MPOO 8 AOs 334/349
Belle Glade PO
James Vickers
Boca Raton
Boca Raton Downtown Station
Bill Schopmann
Boca Raton Main Office
Frederick Dowdell
Boca Rio Station
Michael Stenges
Palmetto Park Station
John Newton
Spanish Isle Station
Ann Marie Bordis
Evelyn Price
West Branch
Robert (Lorenzo) Stinson
Woodlands Station
Frederick Dowdell
Boynton Beach
Boynton Main Office
Jimmy Parsons
Downtown Station
Debbie Penagor
Gateway Annex
Julio Moore
Jog Road Station
Jean Snow
Deerfield Beach Annex
Sandy Garris
Deerfield Beach Main Office
Bruce Clark
Delray Beach
Delray Carrier Annex
Larry Webster
Delray Main Office
Michael Goulet-Dion
Delray West Branch
Deanna Ciaccio
Patty Cusick
Fort Pierce
Fort Pierce Main Office
Robin Davis
Ann Marie Tighe
Fort Pierce Orange Ave
Jim Osborne
Hobe Sound PO
Franklin Meyer
Indiantown PO
Sally Rodriguez
Jensen Beach PO
Carole Berry
Jupiter Annex
John Sheridan
Jupiter Main Office
Julie Percival
Tequesta PO
Reni Echemendia
Lake Worth
Greenacres Branch
Dave Huggins
Lake Worth Main Office
Don Brooks
Erik Mooney
Lucerne Station
Raeko Ilimaleota
Loxahatchee PO
Debbie Woodruff
Okeechobee PO
Melanie Jasa
Port Saint Lucie
Port Saint Lucie Main Office
Phyllis Marino
Liza Zarder
Midport Station
Chuck Buchanan
Stuart Carrier Annex
Thomas Tomica
Stuart Main Office
Kevin Byrne
Fort Lauderdale P&DC
Roberto Figueroa
Deanna Harris
Antonio (Tony) Tejada
Fort Lauderdale VMF
Sydney Charles
Miami ISC
Danny Burch
Mary Caldwell
Donna Demirgian
Twyla Johnson
Faith Knowles
Miami P&DC
Althea Atkins
Louise Capone
Phileana Evans
Miami VMF
Twyla Davis
South Florida L&DC
Janeth Gattoni
Fanny Hurtado
Starr Riegler
South Florida P&DC
Kimberly Turner
Sue Viveros
West Palm Beach P&DC
Mary Ayers
Jorge Bacca
Raven Guest
Elaine Gusse
Joan Harrigan
Hobert Hill
Maria Hill
Tibby Lovenia
Connie Mitchell
Barclay Steffick
Minnie Young
US Postal Inspection Service
Mary McCurry