Several employees were recently honored for their work with the Postal Customer Councils (PCCs), local groups that help strengthen the relationships between USPS, business mailers and their mutual customers.
Twenty-seven PCC Leadership Award recipients were recognized during a ceremony that featured PMG Megan J. Brennan and other Postal Service leaders. Most awards were presented at the gold, silver and bronze levels.
The honorees will also be showcased during National PCC Week, which begins Sept. 25.
Awards in the district manager of the year category were presented to David Martin of Gulf Atlantic (gold), Jeffrey Lelevich of Sacramento (silver) and Ed Ruiz of Santa Ana (bronze).
The postal member of the year recipients were Jacksonville, FL, Customer Relations Coordinator Delores Carter (gold); Peoria, IL, Customer Relations Coordinator Rebecca Brummitt (silver); and Hartford, CT, Business Development Specialist Rebekah Chamberlain (bronze).
The PCC of the year awards went to Greater Charlotte in North Carolina (large market) and Central Missouri (small market), while Gulf Atlantic District, which created seven PCCs in Florida and Georgia, was the honoree in the PCC partnerships of the year category.
In a new category this year, Tampa Bay Suncoast PCC, East Central Iowa PCC and Greater Hudson Valley PCC were each named up-and-comers.
Honorees in the other categories were Greater Dallas, Greater Baltimore and Greater New York in communications; Greater Baltimore, Greater St. Louis and Miami-Dade County in education; Broward County, Heart of Illinois and Greater Boston in membership; and Heart of Illinois, Greater St. Louis and Detroit in innovation.
The industry member of the year awards, which go to individual business customers, honored Cheryl Oltman, Heart of Illinois; Judy Antisdel, Greater Baltimore; and Glen Swyers, Greater Charlotte.