Location: Boston, MA
BOSTON, MA, March 2, 2017, Carmine Fasulo, Retired Window Clerk at USPS, has been recognized by Elite American Public Servants, for dedication, achievement and leadership in postal services.
For nearly three decades, Carmine J. Fasulo served the Boston community with the United States Postal Service. In his clerk role, Mr. Fasulo met with customers to fulfill their needs, whether it was mailing packages, purchasing stamps, creating money orders or other various forms of assistance. Mr. Fasulo employed more than his job training to the position, he brought in personality and a natural willingness to help others. He cites building relationships with his customers as one of the keys to success.
Mr. Fasulo earned an Associate of Science in accounting from Bryant and Stratton College. Throughout his career, he had the opportunity to work in many different postal offices, where he would meet and befriend customers. The ability to do so has been one of the highlights of his long and prosperous career. Mr. Fasulo always desired to help others to the best of his ability, which separates him from others. He specialized in connecting people with the answers they sought.
Greeting customers with a smile and positive manner is just one of the ways Mr. Fasulo worked to improve others lives. He supports and advocates for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. In addition to this, he spends a lot of his free time reading and keeping his mind and body healthy. Looking toward the future, Mr. Fasulo endeavors to continue making others happy and enjoying his hard-earned retirement.
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