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Deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman Resigns

The wave of leadership changes at the United States Postal Service continued this week with the announced resignation of Deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman. Stroman will resign on June 1st after 42 years of public service in the Postal Service and the legislative branch of our government. His resignation follows that of PMG Megan Brennan – and the resignation of David Williams, the Vice Chair of the USPS Board of Governors.

NALC worked closely with Stroman over the years on legislative and policy matters. We especially welcomed his expertise on promoting election mail, international shipments, and environmental stability. We note with gratitude that he and PMG Megan Brennan were dedicated to the proud public service tradition of the Postal Service to the very end by serving during the Covid-19 crisis. We thank them for their exceptional public service during this time of crisis.

“On behalf of America’s letter carriers, NALC congratulates DPMG Stroman on this milestone,” NALC President Fred Rolando said.