Here’s a look at Postal Service employees who received appointments or recognition recently:
• Maria R. Diggs-Jones was named Kansas City, MO, postmaster. She previously served as Wisconsin District’s human resources manager.
• Traci G. Gann was named the Postal Service’s chief counsel for Occupational Safety and Health Administration matters. She previously served as a deputy managing counsel.
• Gentry I. Grandberg was named the Kansas City, KS, Network Distribution Center’s plant manager. He previously served as the Kansas City, MO, Processing and Distribution Center’s distribution operations senior manager.
• Leslie D. Lissimore, asset management and accountability executive manager, received a Chief FOIA Officer’s Award for her efforts to help the Postal Service respond to Freedom of Information Act requests.
• Amanda D. Morrell, Southern Area’s operations support manager, was named the St. Louis Post Office’s officer in charge.
• Daniel M. Reyes III was named the Dallas postmaster. He previously served as postmaster in Oklahoma City, a position now held by Marcia J. Titus, who previously served as the Corpus Christi, TX, postmaster.
• Elaine Rogers was named first opportunity risk evaluation chief counsel. She previously served as an attorney in the Postal Service’s equal employment opportunity litigation strategy office.
• James A. Tate III was named the Memphis, TN, postmaster. He previously served as the Baton Rouge, LA, postmaster.