March 13, 2023

Seebach Named Fort Meade Postmaster

Manages USPS Services in Fort Meade and Homeland

Fort Meade Postmaster Vincent Seebach

FORT MEADE, FL – "The Postal Service has been a blessing for my family and me," says newly appointed Fort Meade Postmaster Vincent Seebach. "I am happy to work with my new postal family as well as looking forward to serving the fine people of Fort Meade."

Seebach will oversee customer service and mail delivery in this city of around 5,000, dating to 1849 when it was established along a new military road from Tampa (Fort Brooke) to Fort Pierce. In addition to service at the Main Post Office, there are four rural routes and two city routes; there is also a Remote Managed Post Office (RMPO) in Homeland.

"I began as a Part Time Flexible (PTF) City Carrier at Catonsville Station in Baltimore MD," says Seebach. "I began acting as a supervisor in 1990. I worked in many stations in Baltimore before becoming a supervisor at the Westminster Post Office in Maryland in 2010.

"In 2015, I moved to Florida and became a supervisor at Glengarry Station in Sarasota. I continued my career in Sun City Center, Bradenton Beach, and Ruskin before joining the Fort Meade team," he says.

"And now I am getting comfortable with a great crew in the pleasant small town here in Fort Meade," he says with a smile.

Seebach says the Postal Service went from a letter and flat delivery service to a more parcel-oriented service. "Also, I've noticed we are more in tune with today's culture and work to make the job more attractive to the new employees," he says of changes he has seen during his career.

"We are delivering for America by giving our customers consistent, accurate, and timely deliveries. We are fine-tuning our delivery times and scanning accuracy to assure our customers that we are on time and correct with our deliveries," he adds.

"I always admired the Postal Service," he says. "I enjoy meeting people and interacting with employees. After being in delivery, I saw the opportunities for advancement and decided to make it a career. What a great decision."

Seebach married his wife, Peggy, in 1996. The couple has one daughter who is a lawyer in Maryland and two school-age sons. Through the years, Seebach and his wife have fostered 20 children. "We love to travel. Italy is my favorite. We are season ticket holders to Tampa Bay Lightning and enjoy amusement parks. My boys love them!"



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