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Rural Mail Carrier Robert C. Hutcheson Retires

Popular, dependable USPS carrier served route in Northern Adair County for entire 30 year career
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By Randal K. Murrel, Postmaster, Columbia, KY 42728

Rural Mail Carrier Robert C. Hutcheson retires today, April 29, 2016.

A retirement celebration was held yesterday at the Columbia Post Office. Current and former postal employees, friends and family gathered to honor the postal career of Robert C. Hutcheson.

Mr. Hutcheson was a rural mail carrier at the Columbia Post Office. He delivered mail to more than 500 customers daily traveling over 94 miles in a northern section of Adair County.

Mr. Hutcheson began his career as a rural carrier in 1986 and served in this capacity for all 30 years. Randal K. Murrell

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Robert Hutcheson retires after 30 years with USPS

2016-04-29 - 800 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Randal K. Murrell, Postmaster.
Mr. Robert Hutcheson retires today, Friday, April 29, 2016. He has been a rural mail carrier at the Columbia Post Office, delivering mail to more than 500 customers daily traveling over 94 miles in a northern - Knifley/Casey Creek - section of Adair County for all of his 30 year USPS career.

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