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Norwich Post Office clerk Maureen Chase is promoted to Postmaster of South Strafford Vermont.
And she will surely be missed here in Norwich
This story is a short photo essay of Maureen Chase’s last day in Norwich, as she begins her new assignment on 7/5/2023 as the new Postmaster of South Stafford Vermont.
She will be missed for sure
As I walked into the Post office lobby area, I noticed a nice neat display of postal products for sale as usual.
And I also noticed this sign wishing window clerk Maureen Chase good luck in her new assignment. She will be working in the South Strafford Post office effective 7/5/2023.
Looks like someone had already cut the cake- and I need to explain this
I missed this part of the event but here are some photos taken by Sandi and Reeve Anderson of the set up.
And here is the Postmaster, Mary Osgood getting things ready
And it is now officially party time!
And this cake says it all!
As Maureen cuts the cake and the party begins
And now its back to work and Maureen is just doing what she does with ease- customer service!
And here she is being thanked by a customer for the wonderful service that she has provided Norwich post office customers over the years.
I even was able to get them to smile for the camera
A month or so ago she had a birthday and now a promotion- oh what excitement!
I asked Maureen to send me some pertinent information on her career with the US Postal Service and here is a brief description of her assignments.
I started at the PO in White River Junction in 1999. I then went to Enfield NH from 2000 - 2003. I started in Norwich after that. Other than the 3 years I went to Thetford to be OIC I have remained in Norwich. Mostly as a clerk, but also working on Higher Level as needed. I am now headed to South Strafford to be the Postmaster, now called a NTFT (non traditional full time).
I have truly loved my position at the Norwich PO. I couldn’t have picked a nicer community to be a part of. I will miss you all!
And a photo with the Norwich Postmaster, Mary Osgood
There is a line of customers who were waiting to greet her and maybe do a little postal business at the same time.
Maureen will be deeply missed by the residents/customers of Norwich and beyond as many non residents have used the services offered at the Norwich Post Office also.
On behalf of the community I would like to congratulate Maureen on her new promotion and wish her the best.
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