Sept. 9, 2022

Jeremy Beckstead Othello Postmaster

Jeremy Beckstead Othello Postmaster

It is a great honor to serve Othello as your new Postmaster. In my 14 years with the United States Postal Service, I have seen firsthand the role the Postal Service plays connecting neighbors and our community to the nation. Our Post Offices serve as a lifeline for our small businesses to reach customers no matter where they are. I was born and raised in the Seattle/Tacoma area and started my postal career in Caldwell, ID as a Casual Carrier, becoming a career employee in Wenatchee, WA a short time later.

Under Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s leadership and Delivering For America, the Postal Service’s 10-year plan, we are maintaining universal six-day mail delivery and expanded seven-day package delivery, stabilizing our workforce, and spurring innovation to meet the needs of our modern customers.

From an incredibly successful 2021 holiday mail and shipping season to our role delivering COVID-19 test kits, the Postal Service continues to provide a vital service for our nation and Othello.

I am often asked about the great working relationship I have with my employees and customers. My answer to that is, “I treat them with respect and always thank them for what they do‚Ķevery day. I expect them to work hard and honestly for their paychecks and be accountable for their actions, while giving our customers the best service possible.”

On behalf of the 650,000 men and women of the United States Postal Service, I thank you for continuing to support the Postal Service. Providing reliable mail delivery while strengthening the future of this treasured institution is our commitment to you.

Jeremy Beckstead
Othello Postmaster 

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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