Mail trucks hold procession in honor of beloved mail carrier’s death in Bel Air

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.”


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