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USPS Central Area vice president to retire

June 25, 2024

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Eric E. Henry, vice president of the Postal Service’s Central Area, will retire on Sunday, June 30.

Henry began his career as a casual employee in 1989 and moved on to several executive roles, including district manager and area delivery program support manager.

As vice president, he brought Central Area’s retail and delivery performance from last place to first for six consecutive quarters.

During his 35-year career, he has overseen delivery, customer service and administrative functions for more than 75 million customers spanning 14 states — including 33.6 million delivery points and more than 11,500 postal facilities.

He was instrumental in the development of innovations that improved the Postal Service’s ability to analyze and improve important performance indicators.

“Eric has been a tremendous asset to the leadership team. His knowledge, wisdom and insight will be sorely missed,” Postmaster General Louis DeJoy wrote in a memo announcing Henry’s retirement.

Michael Rakes, Massachusetts-Rhode Island District manager, will serve as Central Area’s acting vice president, effective Monday, July 1.

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