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Colorado Springs, CO, Main Office City Carrier Terry Butterfield

Colorado Springs, CO, Main Office City Carrier Terry Butterfield

After a 46-year career, Colorado Springs, CO, Main Office City Carrier Terry Butterfield decided to hang up his satchel and enjoy a well-earned retirement.

To honor their friend and colleague, coworkers gave Butterfield a delicacy-filled potluck and a special cake. They also presented him with a special keepsake item that everyone had a chance to enjoy.

City Carrier Lisa Moran designed a unique Every Door Direct Mail mailpiece that the team sent to Butterfield’s customers announcing his retirement. The celebratory card also detailed a number of historic facts representative of the time when he first joined the Postal Service.

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In addition to the appetizing send-off, Postmaster Sam Reed presented a 46-year award, certificate of appreciation and a Postal Proud T-shirt to Butterfield. NALC Branch 204 President Mark Robbins and Vice President Jon Meyer also presented a certificate of appreciation, while union representative Lisa Childs presented him with a framed flag.

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