June 22, 2022

Local Postmasters Will Take Oath of Office


The U.S. Postal Service will administer the Oath of Office for two recently appointed Postmasters in a shared ceremony.

One year into the Delivering for America plan, the Postal Service continues developing employees, our greatest asset, because our success depends on investing in their future. We want to be the “employer of choice” that hires, develops, and retains the most capable and diverse employees.


Colleen Lepak (Jackson, WI) and Holly Engel (Juneau, WI) will receive the Oath of Office.

Manager, Post Office Operations, Rachel Eustis will conduct the ceremony.


Friday, June 24, 2022, from 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. CDT


Jackson Post Office
W225N16702 Cedar Park Ct.
Jackson, WI 53037


Attendees are encouraged to rsvp to: Bryan Reeves, (414)333-4678 or George.B.Reeves@usps.gov


As part of its 10-year plan, Delivering for America, the Postal Service is creating an engaging workplace that supports employee development and retention through the following strategies:

Expand programs that support career planning, expanded training and self-development, and opportunities for growth, advancement, and promotion.

Build and retain a diverse pipeline of candidates through enhanced employee development, strengthening succession planning and improved retention strategies.

Jackson, WI, Postmaster Colleen Lepak said, “We know our customers have many shipping options. However, we are present in Jackson and we work to make our office comfortable and every visit a good experience.”

Juneau, WI, Postmaster Holly Engel said, “I would like the help Juneau grow using the Post Office for their everyday needs and also special needs that arise from time to time.”

The Postal Service generally does not receive tax dollars for operating expenses; it relies entirely on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.



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