Southeast Pennsylvania Merged Branch
Item to the October 2019 Postal Record

Eric K. Jackson, Branch 725 Scribe

Sometimes we must look in the mirror. That time is now!  The NALC is in negotiations for your next
contract. That fight looks to be a long and arduous one. But at the same time, Postal Management has
made their intentions very clear (discipline).

Some of our offices are up for inspection. Les Dillman is running training for EVERY office that will be
inspected. He invites any carrier to attend (even if your office is not inspected). This training has resulted
in great benefit to our branch. The numbers bare out that people who attend these trainings do better
during the actual inspections.

Attendance and safety have been our Achilles heel lately. While most of you do such a great job with these
issues, we are in a “crisis” mode! And we are asking our family to look out for one another. One of the best
forms of love is touch love! We must put out the word that we are not holding up our end of the bargain.
The result has been our brethren losing their jobs for attendance, and so many more being “taken off the
clock’ (yes that means fired until we can hopefully get them back) for safety (i.e. earbuds, no seatbelts, etc.).

The district has been out and pulling people off the clock for being out of uniform, wrong footwear, etc.
Yes, they are sending a message! But being a proud letter carrier encompasses all those things. We
should look professional, act professional, and work safely. And we damn sure never condone carriers
doing embarrassing things like throwing away mail! We are proud, professionals who are the best at what
we do. Let’s keep OUR standards high. And while management sucks, we can’t let their inferiority
permeate our family.

#TakeControlOfOurDestiny          #EachOneTeachOne

Eric Jackson, Branch 725   
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August 30, 2019

Retirements - Upper Darby Office

Celebrating the retirements of Bill Staiber,Jay Staiber and Carl Washington of the Upper Darby Post Office,
was highlighted by the love and affection shown toward these three long time Letter Carriers. The
celebration was filled with well wishes and kind words by all, but most notability by Dan Staiber, brother of
Bill and Jay. The event was filled with laughter and some tears. It was truly an honor to celebrate with the
employees of the Upper Darby Post Office.  The District Manager Judy Herrick,  POOM Danielle Candelora
along with former Postmaster  Joe Sheehan were present to share in the celebration.  Former NALC
Branch 725 President Jim McCullough, and Stewards past and present, Steve Grassi, Karen McPoyle and
Ellen Tarasca helped with the presentation of the NALC watch.  The watch is given as a token of  
appreciation for many years of Union membership. Please join me in Congratulating Bill, Jay
and Carl on their retirement and in wishing them a very Long, Happy, and Healthy retirement.

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Bill Staiber, Jay Staiber, Carl Washington

Retired Postal Workers Bill,Jay and Carl
Goodbye Tension...
Hello Pension!!!

Not only did Jay retire today, he was presented with a Million Mile Award highlighting more than 30 years of
accident free Driving. Congratulations Jay!  So
proud of your accomplishment!

July 24, 2019

Action Needed

Please phone your member of congress TODAY and ask them to COSPONSOR HR 2382 and
repeal the Prefunding Mandate.  

You can do so by dialing
202-224-3121 and ask for your congressperson by name.  

This is vital.

July 3, 2019

Million Mile Awards - West Chester Office

Congratulations to the Million Mile award winners in the West Chester Post Office.  It truly is a great
accomplishment to go 30 years without a motor vehicle accident!  Thank you all for setting the example of
safe driving! Your commitment to safety is second to none.  
Pictured:  West Chester group picture. Award winners left to right, District manager Judy Herrick,
Postmaster Brent Hefton, Rural Carrier Jimmy Small, NALC Letter Carriers Les Dillman, Martin Hollis, and
Louis Santos, with West Chester Mayor Dianne Herrin.
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October 11, 2019

Branch 725 Retiree Luncheon

Andy Kearney - Director Of Retirees

We had another great luncheon yesterday.  It is always good to see our brothers and sisters after they
have left the job.  They don't forget us and we don't forget them.  No matter how hard management tries to
divide us we won't allow that to happen.  The one thing I am most proud of being a member of the NALC is
that we don't throw our retired members under the bus when we go to contract negotiations like they are
in right now.  Other Unions do that in order to make better deals for their current members.

We were honored yesterday to have our State Association President Paul Rozzi attend and speak to our
retirees at our luncheon.  Paul and I go back a little working together lobbying Congress to protect the
rights and jobs of Letter Carriers.  I know him to be a man of great heart and dedication to not only Postal
Workers but Unions as well.  He was a Steel Worker in the Pittsburgh area and saw what can happen if the
Unions lose sight of how important politics are to your job security.  Corporations can sell their
businesses to overseas concerns or move it there and get great profits from it.  They are looking at their
bottom line and not your interests.  Paul and I discussed how hard it is to get our members to understand
that we all need to be in the fight to protect the Postal Service.  

Look around and see those other good Union jobs that once were that are now gone.  The mail may still be
delivered but it will be done by someone who doesn't give the level of service you do to them.  Then we
won't need to have a Retiree Luncheon anymore.  We won't need a Union Office anymore either.  The
Union will be gone because of you and others that didn't heed the advice of Paul and others like him that
work so hard to educate you on the potential of what you stand to lose if you don't get more involved.  I
know a lot of you don't like the idea of giving any Politicians money but you have to understand that those
that want to take away all your benefits and jobs in some cases do.  In order to be heard we need to do so
as well.  Think of it as a Poker game.  There is a buy in to even sit at the table.  We need that buy in to be
heard.  If you don't contribute to the Political fund you should think about what Paul said and understand
why you should.  If you want to sign up let any one of us at the Union Office know and we will help you to
do so.  The more people we sign up the bigger voice we will have and the better chance we have on
protecting your jobs and retirement.
Chester Mail Carrier Larry Elliot's
Final Salute