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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 01/16/13
From left, Alex Stubbs, postmaster at the Romeo Post Office; Kim Zill, manager of safety;
Brendon Mazur, Romeo rural carrier; Rhea Sparger, Detroit district National Rural Letter Carrier Association representative and Sid Thompson, manager of Post Office Operation.
(Photo courtesy of Alex Stubbs)
Romeo rural carrier givenMacomb Township resident and Romeo Post Office Rural Carrier Brendon Mazur was recognized for 32 years of motor vehicle postal delivery in the rural areas of Romeo, Bruce Twp., Ray Twp., and Washington Twp. without a preventable accident.
Million Mile Marker award
Mazur received the National Safety Council Million Mile Award.
The plague and lapel pin was presented to Mazur by Sid Thompson, Detroit district manager of Post Office Operation and Kim Zill, manager of safety Thursday, Jan. 3 at the Romeo Masonic Temple during a celebratory breakfast.
Mazur has served the community daily. He has provided delivery throughout the area. He started his career in 1980 as a substitute. He left Romeo for a few months to attain full time employment status. Within a year, he returned to Romeo to continue his career.
Mazur has been a valued employee at the Romeo Post Office, involving himself in countless community activities. He has represented the Romeo Post Office with his contributions on a national level through his participation and involvement in the U.S. Postal Service Rural Carrier Quality Circle Project Work teams where he was recognized by the U.S. Postal Service Area vice president for project completion. His accomplishments also include recognition in the areas of attendance, and leadership.
"He has been a key employee for me in the 20 years I have served as Postmaster. The recognition bestowed on him today is truly deserving," said Postmaster Alex Stubbs.