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Town honors retiring Center Postmaster Arellano

July 10, 2024
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CENTER – In a ceremony that was held on June 25, at a Center Board of Trustee meeting, beloved recently retired United States Postmaster Paul Arellano received a plaque and was thanked by the town for his years of dedicated service.

Town Trustee Bill McClure handed the plaque to Arellano and read the plaque as he handed it to him.

“In appreciation of your years of service at the United States Post Office in Center, Colorado. We would like to thank you for the dedication and commitment you have shown to the citizens of our community. We hope you enjoy the retirement that you so richly deserve,” McClure said.

The bottom of the plaque read, “Postmaster for Center Colorado. Service from 1995-2024. The Mail Goes On.” With emotion filled eyes, Arellano shook McClure’s hand and thanked him, while posing for a picture with his plaque.

Arellano began his career in the Postal Service after being a real estate agent, and a carpenter for 10 years. Arellano was looking for something that would provide more for his family, and something that he might do until he was ready to retire.

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