PORTLAND — The United States Postal Service has appointed new postmasters in Danforth, Lee and Frankfort.
Raelene Page will begin Jan. 22 as the new postmaster in Danforth. She began her postal career 10 years ago as a part-time flexible clerk at the Danforth post office. Her assignments have included officer in charge at the Princeton post office in 1996-97. As postmaster, Page is responsible for five other employees handling the mail for 258 post office boxholders, 154 deliveries on the rural route and 319 deliveries on the highway contract routes.
Lawrence Custis will begin Jan. 22 as the new postmaster in Lee. He began his postal career 11 years ago as a letter carrier in Virginia. In 1988, Custis transferred to Brewer as a city carrier, then was transferred in 1989 to Lincoln as a clerk-carrier. In 1995, he went back to Brewer as a city carrier. His assignments have included acting supervisor at Brewer. As postmaster, Custis is responsible for three other employees handling the mail for 254 post office boxholders and 261 deliveries on the rural route.
Mark E. Bradstreet will begin Jan. 23 at the Frankfort Town Hall. He began his postal career 28 years ago as a part-time flexible clerk in Maryland. He was appointed postmaster and served in that capacity until 1993 when he transferred to Maine as postmaster at Seal Harbor. His assignments have included officer in charge in Maryland, and a one-month, temporary assignment at the World Stamp Expo in Washington, D.C., in 1989. As postmaster, he is responsible for three other employees handling the mail for 120 post office boxholders and 301 deliveries on the rural route.