Marlborough letter carrier honored for 35 years of service

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David Filosa of Milford (left), a letter carrier in Marlborough, was recognized for his 35 years of service with the U.S. Postal Service by Postmaster Nicholas Tselikis. (Photo/submitted)
David Filosa of Milford (left), a letter carrier in Marlborough, was recognized for his 35 years of service with the U.S. Postal Service by Postmaster Nicholas Tselikis. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – Letter carrier David Filosa, a resident of Milford, was recently honored by the U.S. Postal Service for 35 years of service in the city of Marlborough.

Filosa makes 508 deliveries a day throughout Marlborough, delivering mail to Union Street, Stevens, Bolton, and Lakeshore Drive and all the surrounding streets. He has spent his entire career in Marlborough.

“I’m very proud of it.  I still love the job. I’m still going to keep working for the Postal Service until I decide to retire,” he said.

Marlborough Postmaster Nicholas Tselikis recently recognized Filosa in front of employees at the Marlborough Post Office where he works. Tselikis gave him a letter which said, “The good reputation enjoyed by the Postal Service is based upon the loyal service of persons like yourself, and I am proud to commend you for your contribution.”

“It was special to me,” Filosa said of the honor. “I’m very big on service.”