City carrier Monk honored for 25 years


City postal carrier Eddie Monk was presented a service award pin on Tuesday morning in recognition of his 25 years of federal employment, all of which has been spent in Clinton. ‘The Postal Service owes a great deal to the loyalty and dedication of its employees, and I am pleased to commend you for your contributions to improve Postal Service operations throughout your career,’ a letter signed by Sandy S. Wyrick read. ‘I wish to extend my personal gratitude for your years of service and hope that you will accept this pin as a token of appreciation.’ It was presented to Monk on behalf of the Postmaster General. Paul Bragiel, postmaster for Clinton, said employees like Monk are the backbone of operations. ‘It’s an honor just to have somebody like that, who you know is dedicated to what he does and is committed to it every day,’ Bragiel said. ‘We value those employees, whether they serve one year, or do it for 25 years like Eddie has.’ Among his other duties, Monk for years has spearheaded the coordination of the local ‘Stamp Out Hunger’ food drive, which annually benefits local churches, food pantries and other organizations.


City postal carrier Eddie Monk was presented a service award pin on Tuesday morning in recognition of his 25 years of federal employment, all of which has been spent in Clinton. ‘The Postal Service owes a great deal to the loyalty and dedication of its employees, and I am pleased to commend you for your contributions to improve Postal Service operations throughout your career,’ a letter signed by Sandy S. Wyrick read. ‘I wish to extend my personal gratitude for your years of service and hope that you will accept this pin as a token of appreciation.’ It was presented to Monk on behalf of the Postmaster General. Paul Bragiel, postmaster for Clinton, said employees like Monk are the backbone of operations. ‘It’s an honor just to have somebody like that, who you know is dedicated to what he does and is committed to it every day,’ Bragiel said. ‘We value those employees, whether they serve one year, or do it for 25 years like Eddie has.’ Among his other duties, Monk for years has spearheaded the coordination of the local ‘Stamp Out Hunger’ food drive, which annually benefits local churches, food pantries and other organizations.

City postal carrier Eddie Monk was presented a service award pin on Tuesday morning in recognition of his 25 years of federal employment, all of which has been spent in Clinton. ‘The Postal Service owes a great deal to the loyalty and dedication of its employees, and I am pleased to commend you for your contributions to improve Postal Service operations throughout your career,’ a letter signed by Sandy S. Wyrick read. ‘I wish to extend my personal gratitude for your years of service and hope that you will accept this pin as a token of appreciation.’ It was presented to Monk on behalf of the Postmaster General. Paul Bragiel, postmaster for Clinton, said employees like Monk are the backbone of operations. ‘It’s an honor just to have somebody like that, who you know is dedicated to what he does and is committed to it every day,’ Bragiel said. ‘We value those employees, whether they serve one year, or do it for 25 years like Eddie has.’ Among his other duties, Monk for years has spearheaded the coordination of the local ‘Stamp Out Hunger’ food drive, which annually benefits local churches, food pantries and other organizations.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_Eddie-monk.jpgCity postal carrier Eddie Monk was presented a service award pin on Tuesday morning in recognition of his 25 years of federal employment, all of which has been spent in Clinton. ‘The Postal Service owes a great deal to the loyalty and dedication of its employees, and I am pleased to commend you for your contributions to improve Postal Service operations throughout your career,’ a letter signed by Sandy S. Wyrick read. ‘I wish to extend my personal gratitude for your years of service and hope that you will accept this pin as a token of appreciation.’ It was presented to Monk on behalf of the Postmaster General. Paul Bragiel, postmaster for Clinton, said employees like Monk are the backbone of operations. ‘It’s an honor just to have somebody like that, who you know is dedicated to what he does and is committed to it every day,’ Bragiel said. ‘We value those employees, whether they serve one year, or do it for 25 years like Eddie has.’ Among his other duties, Monk for years has spearheaded the coordination of the local ‘Stamp Out Hunger’ food drive, which annually benefits local churches, food pantries and other organizations.
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