By: Staff Reports | Gwinnett Citizen
By: Staff Reports | Gwinnett Citizen
Grayson Post office retirees (L-R) Lyn Bennett, Janice Jones, Pam Howard, and Laurie Hunter.

The Grayson Post Office honored Janice Jones, Pam Howard, Lyn Bennett and Laurie Hunter with a retirement reception May 23rd at the post office.

 Pam Howard (L) retired in May with 30 years of service with the postal service.  Janice Jones (R) Grayson’s first female mail carrier. Janice retired in May having served 37 years with Grayson postal service.Pam Howard (L) retired in May with 30 years of service with the postal service. Janice Jones (R) Grayson’s first female mail carrier. Janice retired in May having served 37 years with Grayson postal service.

Janice Jones is a Loganville native who started her postal career as a sub in 1979.

Janice says she plans to stay active, work in her yard and “ do whatever I want to do when I want to do it”. 

Pam Howard is a Long Island, New York native who began her postal career in upstate New York thirty years ago.

Pam and her family with her Mother, Ruby, moved to Loganville twelve years ago. Pam has handled the PO Boxes and counter service in Grayson the past eleven years. Prior to service in Grayson, Pam was at the Loganville Post office for a year.

Pam is planning to care for her Mother and do volunteer work. Pam also plans to work on family genealogy connecting Ruby’s Georgia roots. Ruby grew up in the Jefferson and Commerce areas. It is those roots that brought Ruby and the family back to Georgia twelve years ago.

Lyn Bennett, a Grayson postal carrier for 18.5 years and Laurie Hunter a carrier who served 17 years retired in recent months.

Published: 2017-06-24 14:40