Lebanon Reporter

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July 28, 2012

Keaton retires as Lebanon postmaster

Lebanon — After 30 years at the Lebanon Post Office, Postmaster Peggy Keaton is retiring Tuesday.

Keaton is Lebanon’s first woman postmaster. Her three-decade-anniversary with the Lebanon Post Office was June 26. She became the postmaster on April 1, 2006.

“My daughter was eight weeks old when I started here,” Keaton said. “She’s now married with a career and two kids.”.

Keaton has been a beloved postmaster, as attested by her co-workers.

For the rest of this story, see the July 28 issue of The Lebanon Reporter.

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