Sept. 19, 2022

Armando Carrillo to receive the Oath of Office as 28th Postmaster of Rancho Cucamonga Post Office

Armando Carrillo"


The Santa Ana District Postal Service will host an official oath of office ceremony to officiate Armando Carrillo as the 28th Postmaster of Rancho Cucamonga.

“I am honored to be named Postmaster of Rancho Cucamonga, a city where I have grown up in; I am truly humbled. As the Postmaster, I am always looking for ways to motivate and improve the service my team provides to our customers, said Carrillo. As outlined in our USPS Delivering for America plan, we’re modernizing and continually adapting to the evolving needs of our customers. I am very much aware of the vital role we play in connecting neighbors and the community to the nation.”


Armando Carrillo, Rancho Cucamonga Postmaster
Jolene Fischer, Manager, Post Office Operations


11:00 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Thursday, September 29, 2022


Ranch Cucamonga Post Office
10950 Arrow Route
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729

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Armando Carrillo has diligently worked for the United States Postal Service since 1998. Beginning his career as a casual carrier, Carrillo became a regular carrier in 2000, in the city of Laverne. 

From there, Carrillo decided he was ready to take on the responsibility of learning new things which led him to enter into management in 2003 as a supervisor. Carrillo has an extensive managerial background and has served in various positions within the Postal Service as a Manager, Post Office Operations in Santa Ana, Manager, Customer Service in Diamond, Postmaster in the cities of Walnut, San Dimas, Ontario, West Covina, Upland and his current assignment in Rancho Cucamonga.

Carrillo will be responsible for two offices with 67,905 delivery stops, 3,821 PO Boxes, 93 routes, 192 employees who handle on average of 115,799 of daily mail volume all serving a population of 176,494.

In his personal time, Armando volunteers at his local church, enjoys home improvement projects as well as drawing, in addition to spending time with his wife Miriam, his son Diego and her daughter Paola.

The Postal Service generally receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products, and services to fund its operations.



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