Marlborough Post Office celebrates longtime mail carriers

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Marlborough Post Office mail carrier Dave Travers celebrated his retirement last week after 33 years with the USPS.
Dave Travers celebrated his retirement last week after 33 years with the USPS.

MARLBOROUGH — Longtime mail carriers Dave Travers and Charles “Chuck” Searles celebrated their retirement last week with a ceremony at the Marlborough Post Office. 

With 64 years of experience between them, Travers and Searles were lauded for their dedication over a combined 64 years of USPS work.

“[We] appreciate what you have given to the company and the customers,” Postmaster Nicholas Teslikis said. 

Marlborough Post Office mail carrier Charles “Chuck” Searles spent 31 years with the USPS prior to his recent retirement.
Charles “Chuck” Searles spent 31 years with the USPS prior to his recent retirement.

Travers made 700 deliveries per-day as a letter carrier to the middle of Marlborough. Searles, a rural carrier, delivered to the west end covering areas around Bigelow Street, Millham Street, Elm Street and the vicinity.

“I’ve seen a lot of changes in the Post Office,” said Travers. “Just the way that the mail is handled with different processes.”

“It’s been a great career,” said Searles. “A new generation has taken over.”

 

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