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Lefaivre promoted to Supervisor Customer Services, Columbia PO

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By Randal Murrell, Columbia, KY 42728 Postmaster

Columbia Postmaster, Randal Murrell announces the promotion of Kenneth Lefaivre to Supervisor Customer Services at the Columbia Post Office. Mr. Lefaivre is a retired U.S. Marine and began his career with the Postal Service in 1997 as a Mail Handler in Louisville Ky. Mr. Lefaivre transferred to the Columbia Post Office in 2002 as a City Letter Carrier and has temporarily filled the Supervisor position in Columbia for the past year.



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Kenneth Lefaivre promoted to Supervisor Customer Services, Columbia PO



2013-05-21 - Photo from Columbia, KY post office.
Columbia Postmaster, Randal Murrell
announces the promotion of Kenneth Lefaivre to Supervisor Customer Services at the Columbia Post Office. From left: Columbia Postmaster Randal Murrell, recently promoted Supervisor Kenneth Lefaivre and Kenneth's wife Jean Lefaivre.

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