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WALTER Q. GRESHAM: CIVIL WAR HERO AND HOLDER OF TWO US GOVERNMENT CABINET POSITIONS (PHOTOGRAPH BY CELEBRATED PHOTOGRAPHER C. M. BELL)

Walter Q. Gresham (1832-1895) was quite an accomplished man in both his military and his political careers. He was an American statesman and jurist. He held offices that included US Postmaster General, Judge on the US Court of Appeals, Secretary of State, and the Secretary of Treasury. 290 more words

Civil War (American)

New Postmaster General to Focus on Growth

Earlier this month, Megan J. Brennan was formally introduced as the 74th Postmaster General and CEO of the USPS.  In a letter to her colleagues, she outlined her plan for long term success. 214 more words

News

Former Lancaster letter carrier to become USPS Postmaster General

WASHINGTON, DC. (WPMT) A 27 year veteran of the Postal Service with local ties, Postmaster General designate Megan J. Brennan, begins her new duties February 1. 94 more words

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Service, USPS Style

Let’s put it this way. Their www site doesn’t help with anything. I’ve been scammed by an Amazon seller who lied to Amazon that my purchase price has been sent back to us. 261 more words

Editorial

Diversion - "M" is for Matrimony and Motels, Part 3

By Greg

Up with the sun, we headed out early.  The first stop was McDonald’s for our requisite road trip breakfast, Egg McMuffins (or as I’ve been calling them for years – Eggamuffs) and hash browns.   671 more words

Diversion

U.S. Postal Service Selects First Female Postmaster General

The United States Postal Service has selected its first-ever female Postmaster General, the agency announced Friday, following the upcoming retirement of its current head.

Megan Brennan, who rose from a letter carrier in Pennsylvania in 1986 to chief operating officer in late 2010, will take over for Patrick Donahoe, who previously announced he would step down in February after 39 years with the service. 94 more words

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe to retire

WASHINGTON (AP) — Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe announced his retirement Friday amid annual Postal Services losses surpassing $5 billion and ongoing battles with Congress over cost-cutting moves, including ending Saturday delivery. 545 more words

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