Santa Ana District’s Pomona Letter Carrier Sheree Walker was in her vehicle delivering her route when she saw a small child all alone on a nearby sidewalk.
San Francisco Postal Police Officers Raymond Tam and Harry Leung were providing security at a USPS booth during the city’s Chinatown Lunar New Year Festival, attended by thousands of people, when they noticed a five-year-old girl standing alone next to the booth.
San Francisco District Letter Carrier Richard Cairo was delivering mail when he noticed several irregularities in the normal schedule of an elderly customer and ultimately decided to call the police.
Thanks to the way our brains work, we have a built-in tendency to see what we want to see as well as what we expect to see. The author says this has implications for employees in their federal careers.
Al Santos recently became the 37th postmaster of Los Angeles.
WWII Medal of Honor recipient Walter Ehlers is only one of eight living recipients of the award among WWII veterans. He was recently presented with a framed edition of the recently issued WWII Medal of Honor stamps in honor of his service.
The Eagle Spirit Award is the highest award given to a highway contractor by USPS. Recently, this award was bestowed upon Sacramento’s Oakhurst Post Office HCR Kenneth Peterson for his 24 years of dedicated service.
Seaside, CA letter carrier Rafael Leon recently helped save an elderly woman who had fallen and was injured inside of her home.
During last year’s “Rim Fire,” Sacramento’s Groveland Postmaster Norma Powell and her employees won praise from several quarters for providing assistance to firefighters, fire victims and USPS officials.
You can spend years learning various success principles, but the author says that until you develop the quality of self-discipline, none of the others will work for you.