Jupiter Letter Carrier Shawn Seay became concerned when he noticed a customer hadn’t collected mail for several days. Seay knocked on the front door of her house, but there was no answer. He then asked a neighbor to call for help. Emergency responders arrived, entered the house and found an ill woman lying in bed. She was taken to a hospital and treated.
Editor's Note: The PMG's Heroes Program began in 2003 and recognizes employees who go above and
beyond to serve their communities. All heroes receive a personal thank you
letter from the PMG/CEO, and are featured in USPS’s internal publication, LINK. To access the PMG Hero nomination form, PS Form 400, cut and paste this link http://blue.usps.gov/pac/pmghero.pdf into your web browser. For more
information on the PMG Heroes Program, review the Postal Bulletin dated June 23,
2013. If you have any questions, contact your Communications Programs
Specialist (in South Florida, that's Debbie Fetterly).