Postmaster Aymar to retire Friday

USPS Postmaster Jacki Aymar of Woonsocket will be retiring this Friday, June 28 after 27 years of service. She is shown at right receiving a certificate from Dolly Lund, the acting MPOO (Manager of Post Office Operations) for the Dakotas District. They are holding up the Woonsocket News from 1993 reporting Aymar’s installation as Woonsocket Postmaster.

Postmaster Jacki Aymar will retire from her post this Friday after nearly 21 years behind the counter of Woonsocket’s Post Office.
Aymar began working for the United States Postal Service in 1986 in Miller as a clerk and later moved on to Canova, where she served as postmaster. In August of 1992, Aymar came to Woonsocket, where she was named the Officer in Charge of the post office, then became postmaster in 1993.
Shannon Fiddler, a supervisor from Mitchell, will serve as the officer in charge in Woonsocket until around the end of September, when a new permanent postmaster will be selected.
Aymar says she will miss seeing the people each day and she has no big plans for her retirement, other than to spend more time with her grandchildren and on the back of her husband, Greg’s motorcycle. The Aymars intend to remain living in Woonsocket.

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