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Wednesday, July 10, 2024

The Thank You Healthcare Community stamp will show health-related icons spelling out the words “thank you.”

USPS to honor health workers

New stamp thanks those who treat, care for patients

The Postal Service has announced plans for a stamp that honors those workers who dedicate their lives to our health, safety and well-being — often at great personal risk.

The Thank You Healthcare Community stamp will be released with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The artwork will consist of health-related icons spelling out the stacked words “thank you” against a pristine white background. Running across the lower right edge of the stamp will be the words “Healthcare” in gray and “Community” in surgical green.

Bryan Duefrene is the art director and designer for the stamp, which will be sold in panes of 20.

The release date and dedication ceremony location will be announced later.


Appointments, awards and more

Here’s a look at recent USPS announcements

• Mobile, AL, Postmaster Robert P. Birge Jr. was named the El Paso, TX, acting postmaster.

Michael M. Janssens was named facilities hub management director. He previously served as property management manager.

• Chicago Postmaster Jewel Morrow completed an assignment as Illinois 1 District’s acting manager and resumed her regular duties. Wisconsin District Manager Jeff A. Drake was named Illinois 1 District’s new acting manager.

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July 17, 2024

‘USPS Retirement Health Benefits’

Postal Service employees may participate in an upcoming webinar that will address benefits available after retirement.

The session, “USPS Retirement Health Benefits: Medicare, Dental and Vision,” will be held Wednesday, July 17, from noon to 1 p.m. Eastern.

Representatives from Aetna, a provider of health plans for federal employees, will lead the discussion.

Participants must register before the event on the webinar website.

Participation is voluntary. Nonexempt employees must be off the clock or on authorized breaks.

Employees who have questions can email the USPS Benefits and Wellness team.

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