Mail trucks hold procession in honor of beloved mail carrier’s death in Bel Air
BALTIMORE, MD — On Saturday morning, dozens of mail trucks, USPS employees, friends, and family gathered to take part in a procession that celebrated the life of a man who spent 41 years as a beloved mail carrier in Bel Air.
Mail Carrier, Tom Pfaf who recently lost his life is described by his coworkers as giving, funny, and hard-working.
The ones who know him best say he always was kind and that the customers he serviced mail to didn’t complain – a rarity in the postal service world.
“He was awesome,” said Robert Robinson the acting postmaster of Bel Air’s postal service location. ” He always had a smile or a joke … he was excited all of the time.”