Noel Hall, Tullahoma’s new United States Post Office’s (USPS) new postmaster was sworn in on Friday morning. A meet-and-greet reception was held followed by the swearing in ceremony.
Hall has been with the post office for 16 years, beginning as a carrier. He worked for USPS all over the Middle Tennessee area and came to Tullahoma as an interim Officer-in-Charge in December 2014, becoming a permanent supervisor here after his time as interim officer ended. His promotion to postmaster was announced in April of this year, but the swearing in ceremony was pushed back due to scheduling.
Hall’s job entails hiring employees, maintaining the building and resolving issues with customers and businesses. Hall also plans to get the post office more involved with the community.
“We try to do as much as we can for our community,” Hall said. “We give tours of the post office to school kids that are interested. We are also signed up to do trick-or-treat on the square this year.”
“I have lived in Coffee County my whole life. This is my home,” Hall said. “I will do anything to help the community that has done so much for me. I want Tullahoma to know that if they have any issues or concerns with USPS, feel free to call us or come in and we will do our best to help anyone that walks through our doors,” Hall said.
Mayor Curlee was also present at the ceremony, presenting Hall with a certificate congratulating him and declaring Friday, Oct. 11, 2019 to be Noel Hall Day in Tullahoma.
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