October 11, 2022
Manier Taking Oath of Office on Friday October 14, 2022
Robert Scott Manier will be officially installed as the 32nd Postmaster at a special program at the Portland Processing and Distribution Center. Attendance at this event is by invitation only. Please RSVP email@example.com by Thursday October 13, 2022.
The brief installation program will feature the administration of the Postmaster’s Oath of Office to Manier by USPS Vice President WestPac Area Retail & Delivery Operations Eduardo Ruiz.
“My goal is to provide outstanding customer service to the communities served by the Portland Post Office and to contribute to the overall success of the Postal Service,” said Manier. “As outlined in our USPS Delivering for America plan, we’re modernizing and continually adapting to the evolving needs of our customers. I’m very much aware of the vital role we play in connecting neighbors and the community to the nation.”
Robert Scott Manier, Postmaster Portland Post Office
Eduardo Ruiz, Vice President WestPac Area Retail & Delivery Operations will deliver Oath of Office 11:00 a.m. on Friday October 14, 2022.
USPS Portland Processing & Distribution Center
7007 NE Cornfoot Rd
Portland, Oregon 97218
Manier has served as the Officer In Charge (OIC) of Portland since November of 2020.
As Portland Postmaster, he is responsible for 24 retail stations and more than 423,700 deliveries daily.
Manier is a 28-year postal employee, who previously served as the Postmaster of Vancouver and Bellingham, WA.
He was born in Miami, raised in Miami and Birmingham AL. He joined the Navy at 19 and began his career with the Postal Service in 1993. He and his wife of 23 years, Marnella, currently reside in Vancouver. They have four children and three grandchildren.
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