mail clerk

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a clerk in a post office


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One problem is that mail clerks and other company employees who deliver packages internally are often eager to hand them to important recipients - at the expense of care.
Robert Muster's mail clerk position mentioned earlier (page 16) is such an example.
Little started his GEICO career in 1984 as a mail clerk at GEICO headquarters in Chevy Chase, Md.
Little said he will continue to gauge the company's growth without excessive ambition, but that's coming from an executive who began working as a mail clerk for a workers' comp company in Oregon that he eventually owned.
The first spent about an hour in the building testing, gathering evidence and evacuating the mail clerk and police officers.
If you stayed in contact with David Geffen 25 years ago, you would have a major client today," he said of the music mogul and former William Morris talent agency mail clerk.
Frank worked as a senior mail clerk for Fidelity Investments for ten years.
Cut one of three computer repair technicians, the district Webmaster and a mail clerk position.
He joined the North Dallas Bank in early 1982, as the bank's Mail Clerk and has held various positions within the company since that time, most recently serving as an Executive Vice President in the Real Estate Lending Division.
Eliminate mail clerk position; reduce one accounting clerk position; reduce money for programming support for business systems; reduce temporary help, postage and professional services accounts.
He began his career at ComEd in 1966 as a mail clerk, rising steadily through the organization.
Mail clerk Mario Zappella was in the parking lot when Samples drove up, calling for help.
LEOMINSTER - As a mail clerk for his squadron, Laurence C.
Funeral arrangements are pending for Paul Goodson, who worked part time for the firm as a mail clerk, a caring man with a big heart who would do anything to help anyone.
Paul Goodson, who worked part-time for Wood Phillips as a mail clerk, was a kind and compassionate man and a friend to everyone in the firm.