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Rucker to retire

Executive to conclude 38-year USPS career

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Sales and Customer Relations Sr. Vice President Cliff Rucker, who is retiring March 2, addresses business customers at a recent National Postal Forum meeting.

Sales and Customer Relations Sr. Vice President Cliff Rucker will retire Friday, March 2, after more than 38 years of federal service.

Rucker has led the Postal Service’s sales organization since 2011. During his tenure, USPS focused on customer-centric approaches that resulted in new commercial sales and revenue retention. He also established professional development and career advancement programs within the sales group.

“Cliff instituted major reforms to improve competitiveness, focused on development of our systems, processes and people,” PMG Megan J. Brennan wrote in a memo last week announcing his retirement.

Rucker began his postal career as a part-time letter carrier in Anaheim, CA.

His other executive assignments have included serving as Las Vegas Postmaster; manager of the Las Vegas Processing and Distribution Center; district manager in Oklahoma and Houston; and Southern Area’s operations support manager.

Field Sales Strategy and Contracts Director Dennis Nicoski will serve as acting senior vice president of sales and customer relations upon Rucker’s retirement.

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